One Direction’s new album 2014 will feature a song with a country vibe! Find out more details about the One Direction album, including the release date and song info.
The 1D boys revealed that they wanted to keep their music “different,” especially with this album!
According to PopCrush, a song on One Direction’s new album will have a “country vibe” – we can’t wait to hear it! We’re wondering if it’ll sound like their recently-released single “Fireproof,” which also has a folk feel to it.
Listen to it below! The One Direction album of 2014 is called “Four,” and has a release date of November 17.
“There’s a good balance,” Louis Tomlinson told Billboard backstage at the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.
“It’s definitely our most different-sounding album.
We’ve definitely tried to keep it different, really.” “I think it’s just a progression on the last stuff we’ve done,” Zayn Malik explained.
“We haven’t tried to go too different with it.
We tried to keep what is our sound but just kind of grow with it, as we’ve obviously grown up.
We’ve grown a bit more facial hair, and our lyrics need to get a little older as well.
So we just kind of want to grow with our fan base.” 1D recently announced that its next single for their new album, “Steal My Girl,” will be released on September 29.
We’re waiting with bated breath! Here are more details about “Four,” via PopCrush : 1.
There are 12 tracks on the album.
Harry teamed up with Jake Gosling (producer of 1D’s previous hit ‘Little Things’) to write a track called ‘Want You to Be There,’ and we’re hoping it’s on “Four”! 3.
Harry also worked with OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder on a song called ‘Get Away,’ another potential song on the upcoming album.
Zayn hit the studio with Emeli Sande and British DJ Naughty Boy to collaborate on a song that we can’t wait to hear! 5.
Ed Sheeran will feature on the album with a specially written song, which Zayn described to MTV as “more of a ballad” He added, “But I think we are going in that kind of lane.
It sounds cool, we’ll take that.”