Ronan Keating is working on new solo material and is ''nervous'' about its release.
Ronan Keating is "nervous" about releasing new music.
The 'When You Say Nothing At All' singer is back in the studio to work on more solo material following a stint touring with his group Boyzone last year, and while he admits he is worried about its reception, he is simply doing it for himself.
He told BANG Showbiz: "It's not folk. It's a mix! It's a pop album. Gregg Alexander and I are working together again. It's got that 'Life is a Rollercoaster' feel again. I'm having fun with it again, it's been five years since I've done a studio album. I'm a little bit nervous.
"I just want to make a great record, for me, rather than for anyone else."
The Irish star - who is also a judge on the Australian version of 'x factor' alongside Melanie B, Natalie Bassingthwaite and Guy Sebastian - will also be reuniting with his Boyzone bandmates Keith Duffy, Mikey Graham and Shane Lynch in the near future to celebrate their 20th anniversary as a group.
He said: "Next year Boyzone will be 20 years gone, so we'll be doing something."