But Keating said the lads were still coming to terms with the loss and may not be up for a tour, reports the Sun. He said: "We've his vocals for several tracks, thank God. But as for going on the road, we may tour, we may not. I keep remembering things and get emotional."
Gately, 33, was found dead at his holiday home in Spain on October 10.
London (ANI): Ronan Keating has revealed that he and his fellow Boyzone members are finding it hard to deal with the death of bandmate Stephen Gately and may not tour. The group recently confirmed they will put finishing touches to the album they recorded when Gately passed away.