New One Direction Album “More Meaningful”
As the November 13 U.S. release date (November 12 in the U.K.) approaches, more details regarding One Direction’s sophomore album begin to emerge. While the quintet has previously said Take Me Home will have a darker sound and be a departure from their debut, one of the songwriters and producers confirmed the release will be more of the same, but with a slightly more mature sound.
Speaking again about the album, Liam Payne explained the release will be “more meaningful” than their debut. He said: "I think the songs on this album are a bit more meaningful than the last album and I think that's the main difference really."
Explaining that their vocals have improved while on tour and confirming the more “live” sound Take Me Home will have, Payne went onto say: "I think the songs on this album are a bit more meaningful than the last album and I think that's the main difference really."
Niall Horan concurred, explaining: "We wanted the music to grow with us as we're growing up. But there's nothing really drastic, because it's only been a year since we made the last album."
Around Take Me Home’s release, its second single “Little Things” is expected to hit stores. Last week, the band’s Louis Tomlinson broke the news that “Little Things” is the follow-up track to “Live While We’re Young.”
What would you like Take Me Home to sound like? Are you hoping for a similar sound as their debut?
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