One Direction is officially on holiday!

2015-11-02 20:00

London - One Direction "fully intend" to reform, the British pop phenomenon's Louis Tomlinson said ahead of their final concert on Saturday.

The four-piece boy band, who have sold more than 50 million records worldwide, ended their On The Road Again Tour at the Sheffield Arena in northern England.

The group are set to separate for at least a year, leaving the band's enormous global teenage following devastated.

"We fully intend to come back," Tomlinson told ITV television.

"We've had a very intense couple of years so we're just going to have a little bit of breathing time and spend that with our families.

"I don't think anyone could keep this pace up forever so I think it's the most healthy and constructive thing for all of us."

Here are a few final words from the lads as their tour came to an end on Saturday:

The group's fifth studio album, Made In The AM will be released on 13 November and they will make a promotional appearance on US television four days later.

Check out the video of their latest single, Perfect:

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