Rick Astley releases 'Beautiful Life's title track video. Album to release on July 13

Rick Astley's new video is a beautiful slice of the sophisti-pop anthems which often make you groove slowly in a much relaxed mood.

                            Rick Astley releases 'Beautiful Life's title track video. Album to release on July 13
Rick Astley (Source: Getty Images)

Rick Astley has released the video of 'Beautiful Life', the title track of his upcoming album of the same name, which releases on July 13 via BMG. The album will release in between shows at All Saints Church in Kingston upon Thames and Manchester's O2 Ritz. The pop vocalist will support the record with an extensive autumn UK tour. 

Written, produced and with every instrument played by the English singer-songwriter, ‘Beautiful Life’ is destined to be the sound of the summer. The energetic accompanying video was directed by Vaughan Arnell (Robbie Williams, One Direction, Olly Murs) and is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Rick has also announced two very special album launch shows, with Manchester tickets on sale this Friday, July 6 (9:30 am) and Kingston tickets available from Banquet Records.

Two years ago Rick released ‘50’, a glorious comeback album that sold over 300,000 copies and was one of the biggest selling discs of 2016. Now he’s back with an even better album, featuring 12 timeless tracks. After selling 100,000 tickets on his last tour, Rick and his band play on 18 dates across the UK this autumn with tickets on sale now.


Thu 25 Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
Fri 26 Hull, Hull Venue
Sat 27 Manchester, Manchester Arena
Mon 29 Gateshead, Gateshead Sage
Tue 30 Gateshead, Gateshead Sage


Thu 1 Plymouth, Plymouth Pavilions
Fri 2 Cardiff, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Sat 3 Brighton, Brighton Centre

Mon 5 Southend, Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Tue 6 Cambridge, Cambridge Corn Exchange
Thu 8 London, London Eventim Apollo
Fri 9 London, London Eventim Apollo
Sat 10 Bournemouth, International Centre

Mon 12 Nottingham, Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Tue 13 Nottingham, Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Thu 15 Birmingham, Birmingham Genting Arena
Fri 16 Leeds, Leeds First Direct Arena
Sat 17 Liverpool, Liverpool Echo Arena