Irish singer Ronan Keating has a new album out entitled Twenty Twenty. The overall themes are love and romance.
The music is Pop/Brit-Pop. The songs have contemporary and nostalgic compositions with vibrant sounds. The album includes new versions of the classic hits Lovin’ Each Day, When You Say Nothing At All, and Life is a Rollercoaster. The tunes have a romantic vibe to them.
Ronan Keating’s voice is rich, bold and soulful. He has lovely duets with Emeli Sandé, Shania Twain, Clare Bowen, Nina Nesbitt, Robbie Williams, and Alison Krauss. His vocal style has musical tonalities with smooth transitions of rhythms.
The lyrics are romantic and nostalgic. The songs emphasize relationships, especially couples focusing on each other without a care in the world. The words are from the heart and full of depth. The poetry of the songs is intricate and intelligent such as metaphors and repetition. The tune Life is a Rollercoaster represents the ups and downs one faces in a relationship or everyday life. The song A Little Things Called Love has repetitions and metaphors to express how love can be intense. The album covers the different aspects of relationships.
My favourite songs are A Little Things Called Love; Forever and Ever, Amen, Only Lovers, and Love Will Remain.
The album Twenty Twenty is available.