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One Direction reveals drastic music makeover for new album

2015-05-27 15:07

Los Angeles – In an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight the One Direction boys have revealed that their new album will be "a lot different" than what they did before.

As they prepare to kick off their On The Road Again Tour on 9 July, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson also revealed some good news about their tour: they will be singing four new songs!

Chatting to Entertainment Tonight, Niall Horan said: “There’s a few different sounds on the album, not all the songs sound the same, like, same vibe. They are all kind of different. Couple of different guitars and drums. It’s a lot different than what we did before... but, it’s cool."

Niall also revealed that there’s still a “lot of old school vibes”. He explained: “I said before that it was quite Oasis-y but I was thinking about one song that I’ve been playing… it’s very diverse I think.”

Watch the interview here:

It also seems like the boys are not taking Oasis singer Noel Gallagher’s recent comments seriously. Noel, who has dissed one Direction in the past, recently called Zayn Malik "a fucking idiot" for leaving the band.

But the boys have proved that they are actually big fans of Oasis after Liam was spotted doing a rendition of Wonderwall at a France bar recently.

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