Niall will be performing at the Jingle Bell Ball

Niall will be performing ‘This Town’ at the following Jingle Bell Balls:
December 1st – San Jose
December 2nd – Los Angeles
December 9th – New York City
December 11th – Boston
December 12th – Washington D.C.
December 14th – Chicago

Niall has released his first solo song: THIS TOWN

Listen to it on vevo / niall’s official website / Spotify / youtube

buy it on iTunes

Small Anouncement

As of 26/8/2016 we will not upload any pictures of Zayn anymore.
We will not delete the pictures that we have already uploaded to his category.


One Direction win fastest selling album of the year and a fourth Number 1 in the UK

It’s been a close race, but One Direction didn’t let anybody drag them down – they finished out in front of Justin Bieber to score their fourth Number 1 album with Made In The A.M.

Made In The A.M.’s first-week chart sales of 93,189 make it the fastest selling album of 2015, beating the record previously held by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ Chasing Yesterday.


Four tours, five albums and almost 133 million Twitter followers later, One Direction is going on an indefinite hiatus starting next year. The decision has been the subject of endless speculation by entertainment media and fans ever since August, when the British-Irish boy band announced that “we are not splitting up, but we will be taking a well-earned break” after releasing new album Made in the A.M., out Friday. But in the wake of member Zayn Malik’s highly publicized departure this spring, what will become of 1D’s last men standing (Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan)? After all, everyone knows what happened when *NSYNC announced a “temporary hiatus” in 2002, only to see it cemented when Justin Timberlake’s solo career exploded. And even if they do reunite like the Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block before them, the pop-rock heartthrobs may never reclaim their former glory.

“I don’t think anyone really knows the likelihood of One Direction getting back together, not even them,” Billboard senior editor Alex Gale says. “If one or two or three decide to go solo and are successful, then there’s less and less incentive for them to bring back One Direction. At the same time, they have promised they will be back, and people usually don’t do that” without some incentive to return.

“There’s just so much money — it’d be hard for them to walk away from millions of dollars,” Gale says. A.M. is projected to have strong first-week sales, despite the fact that Justin Bieber’s Purpose also hits shelves Friday. “Their fan bases obviously overlap, but it’s expected to be really, really close,” Gale says. (For comparison, 1D’s Four landed at No. 1 with 387,000 copies last year, according to Nielsen Music, and Bieber’s last album, Believe, started with 374,000 sold in 2012.)

Although they understand such skepticism about their future, the band is sticking to its comeback narrative.

“Whatever you say at any point, people are going to read it in different ways,” says Styles, 21. “All we said is we’ve been touring and making an album every year for five years, and that we’re just not going to do that next year. It’d be naive to expect people to not read into it, but we’re really focused on the album coming out. We haven’t really thought too much past that right now.”

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One Direction’s new album Made In The AM – world first track-by-track review


Brace yourselves because it’s nearly time: One Direction’s fifth (and final for some time) album is nearly upon us.

Created in the wake of Zayn Malik’s departure earlier this year, Made In The AM also comes before they head in four different directions as part of an extended break from the group in March 2016.

But that doesn’t mean the band have been lazy, and their latest collection proves they have continued to push their style in unexpected ways. Here’s our track-by-track first listen review.

1. ‘Hey Angel’

Within the first 15 seconds of One Direction’s new album starting, ‘Hey Angel’ takes you hurtling into the clouds to confront the titular winged cherub herself. It’s an expansive, airy anthem that brings to mind partly Robbie Williams’s ‘Millennium’ (plenty of heavenly “ooohs”) and partly a surging chorus U2 would’ve snagged in their heyday. It’s so massive they should probably book in another stadium tour off the back of this alone.

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The boys will do a Live Lounge on Thursday

The boys accepting the award for “Best British Group” (R1 Teen Awards)

The boys accepting the award for “Best British Single” (R1 Teen Awards)