Westlife's brand new single Hello My Love has OFFICIALLY been released, after airing on Breakfast Republic on RTE 2FM this morning.
The boyband uploaded a short video to Twitter confirming the catchy pop track's release, and the internet was left in a frenzied state.
The single was written by renowned pop hitmakers Ed Sheeran and Steve Mac, so it's bound to fly up the charts.
In the short clip, Kian Egan announces to their ecstatic fanbase; "Our brand new single Hello My Love is out right now!"
The boys will be performing the new single on tomorrow night's The Graham Norton Show, which is set to be a big night for Shane, Kian, Mark and Nicky.
The lads are releasing their first album in eight years, their last release was 2010's Gravity.
Nicky Byrne shared a short audio of the song yesterday, building up the excitement for their fanbase;
Westlife will finish their tour with two massive dates at Croke Park in Dublin this July, which had tickets flying out the door.
The four members shared a photo which appeared to have been taken inside GAA Headquarters before the tour was confirmed, teasing their Croke Park gigs to excited fans.
The Twenty Tour is the boybands' fastest selling tour of all time, it sold a whopping 400,000 tickets in just 48 hours.
In other news, Westlife have dismissed consistent rumours that Brian McFadden is to rejoin the band, commenting that: “Everyone is talking about this except us.”
McFadden left the group in 2004, and the rest of the members stayed on until 2012.
Get ready for the explosion of Westlife fever, and don't miss the foursome on tomorrow night's The Graham Norton Show.