12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Moving on from the pop of his Boyzone pomp, Ronan’s looking back over love, loss and family for his tenth studio album. Blending heartfelt, rousing ballads ("Shine Like Gold"), a robust instinct for country-pop ("Falling Slowly") and a dose of Irish folk (the hazy "Think I Don't Remember"), Time of my Life is an atmospheric listen. Elsewhere, "Let Me Love You" sees Ronan come clean on the secretive beginnings of his new relationship, while that love blossoms on the uplifting country of “As Long as We're in Love” and the Celtic strains of "She Knows Me.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Moving on from the pop of his Boyzone pomp, Ronan’s looking back over love, loss and family for his tenth studio album. Blending heartfelt, rousing ballads ("Shine Like Gold"), a robust instinct for country-pop ("Falling Slowly") and a dose of Irish folk (the hazy "Think I Don't Remember"), Time of my Life is an atmospheric listen. Elsewhere, "Let Me Love You" sees Ronan come clean on the secretive beginnings of his new relationship, while that love blossoms on the uplifting country of “As Long as We're in Love” and the Celtic strains of "She Knows Me.”

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