Happy Friday, One Direction fans! Harry, Niall, Liam and Louis just served up a brand new ditty called “Perfect” and it’s nothing short of incredible.
The latest track is on the forthcoming album Made in the A.M., slated to hit stores on November 13th and earlier today Niall tweeted, “You like it? The reaction has been amazing all day so far. Thank you.”
Following the announcement that they’re going on hiatus this coming March, the members of One Direction have shared that part of the break will include a “lads’ holiday.”
Louis Tomlinson told “Good Morning Britain,” “There's no doubt we'll see plenty of each other, we're gonna plan to go on a little lads' holiday. Actually it's just the day to day things (I'll miss), we are like a family now, so it's the company that you're used to, it's like leaving school and leaving your friends behind."
Wrapping up their On The Road Again North American tour, the members of One Direction offered up some heartfelt gratitude on Saturday night (September 12).
Harry Styles took to his Twitter account following his band’s gig at Gillette Stadium in Boston, Massachusetts, stating, “Thank you Boston. That was the perfect way to wrap up the U.S. Tour. Thank you to everyone who works to make the shows happen. Thanks for spending some time with us. It’s been an amazing tour, can’t thank you enough. Thanks for having us. All the love.”
There’s no telling what will occur at a One Direction concert, and unfortunately for Harry Styles an overzealous fan left her common sense at home on Tuesday night (September 1).
During the Lincoln Financial Field gig in Philadelphia, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Styles were getting ready to close the show with “Best Song Ever” when Hanna Cooke threw a pop can at Harry and hit him in the face, forcing him to leave the stage.
It’s been a long time since they’ve had any real time off, so the boys of One Direction have agreed to a year-long break once they’re done promoting their fifth album.
According to multiple reports, Liam Hemsworth, Niall Horan, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson will part ways in March 2016 to pursue their own individual projects, which also means their fifth record won’t get a massive world tour.