Liam Payne officially announced his first single is coming May 19.






















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  • Harry Styles:
  • 05/12 Album release
  • 05/13 London Secret Show
  • 05/17 SiriusXM Hits 1, Hollywood
  • 09/19 The Masonic San Francisco, CA
  • 09/20 The Greek Theatre Los Angeles, CA
  • 09/25 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN
  • 09/26 The Chicago Theatre Chicago, IL
  • 09/28 Radio City Music Hall New York, NY
  • 09/30 Wang Theatre Boston, MA
  • Liam Payne:
  • 05/19 Single Release
  • Niall Horan:
  • 05/12 Channel 93.3 Summer Concert, San Diego
  • 05/13 102.7 KIIS-FM Wango Tango, Los Angeles
  • 05/19 101.3 KDWB Star Party 2017, Minnesota
  • 05/20 98.5 KLUC SPF, Las Vegas
  • 05/29 TODAY Show, New York
  • 06/10 Capital Summertime Ball, London
  • 06/16 BBC 500 Words Final
  • 06/18 Much Music Video Awards, Toronto
  • 06/23 zpl Birthday Bash, Indiana
  • 06/24 B96 Pepsi Summer Bash, Chicago
  • 08/10 Northern Ireland Open, Ireland
  • 09/23 iHeartRadio Daytime Village, Las Vegas


  • Is ‘Perfect’ about Taylor Swift? Harry Styles will never tell (but Louis Tomlinson might!)





    When One Direction released their second single “Perfect” (off their upcoming album Made in the A.M., out Nov. 13 – preorder it here) fans immediately saw the song as Harry Styles’ response to Taylor Swift’s hit “Style.”

    The two briefly dated in late 2012, and Swift’s song is reportedly about her relationship with Styles.

    “I think people interpret songs in different ways,” Styles tells PEOPLE about the rumors. “I’m never going to tell someone what a song’s about because I feel like it’s up to them.”

    Admitting he hasn’t heard the mash-up of the two songs that went viral, Styles was ever the gentleman, adding, “I’m sure it’s good.”

    His bandmate Louis Tomlinson co-penned the song with him, and was a bit more revealing than Styles.

    “I think everybody draws from personal experiences, so of course to a degree I’m sure that influenced some of it,” Tomlinson said of the rumors. “Down to specifics to who that song is exactly about, that’s fan’s interpretation, I suppose.”

    For much more on One Direction’s new album and how they’re moving on after Zayn Malik’s departure, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.




    One Direction for Fabulous Magazine:  ‘We don’t want this to end’





    Normal rules don’t apply in the crazy world of One Direction. Breakfast is at noon, lunch is at 6pm and cars are despatched to Greggs to buy up stacks of steak bakes and sausage rolls as the hunger bites. Heads won’t hit pillows for another 10 hours.

    There are crowds of fans outside the north London studio where we meet, scores of security, and journalists from as far as New Zealand and Asia who have come to listen to the unveiling of the band’s new album Made In The A.M.

    And right in the heart of the craziness are the boys themselves – reassuringly, despite the emotional twists and turns of recent months, the same as they ever were Harry, Louis, Niall and Liam might look more jaded thanks to the punishing touring and recording schedule, but all of them remain good-natured, down to earth and hugely likable.

     

    Niall Horan, 22, is talking about Game of Thrones and checking on the sports scores. Harry Styles, 21, with his long hair and charming, laid-back manner, chats about trying to stay healthy, as he can’t box or run with his foot in a cast after snapping a bone on stage last month during an over-exuberant dance move. He is the only one not partaking in the Greggs feast.

    Louis Tomlinson, 23, laughs about his personal passing for Greggs. “We’re quite disappointing, really,” he says. “None of us are very high maintenance – we’re not into flash care and expensive jewelry. We’re still these boys who can’t believe this happened.”

    But in the past 10 months, life at the top has got a whole lot tougher for the band, who were first put together on The X Factor in 2010 by then-guest-judge Nicole Scherzinger.

    Not even their boss Simon Cowell could have predicted their success. They went from third place on the dries to becoming the biggest boy band in the world, with four world tours, five albums, the fourth-most-succesfful concert movie ever made with This Is Us, a collective Twitter folioing of over 90 million and around £30million each in the bank.

    Then, after five frenzied years of non-stop good times, the brakes slammed on the 1D juggernaut when there things happened in quick succession. In March, Zayn Malik, now 22 quit the band, saying he wanted a “normal life”. Four months later, it was revealed the Louis was going to be a dad with American stylist and former fling Briana Jungwirth, 23. Then in August, the band announced they would be “taking a break” next year. Cue a gazillion teenage hearts breaking around the world.

    With speculation swirling in the press that it was finally all over and a recent date in Belfast cancelled at the last minute because Liam Payne, 22, was ill (the announcement was met by booing fans and a furious reaction on Twitter from the like of Eamonn Holmes who berated them for not going out to apologise in person, it’s been a fairly rocky ride of late.

    But falling apart? Liam is absolutely not having it.

    “I like that quote about teabags and hot water,” he says. “You can only test how strong you are when you get put in hot water. We’ve been tested, but it’s actually made us stronger. We’ve actually taken a lot of strength from our fans who have never given up on us, never believe it was over.”

    “It’s not over. And yes, we’re taking a break, but we need one. We have done four tours, five albums, but we will be coming back. We don’t want this to end.”

    Sitting all bunched up together on a leather settee as they talk, they look extremely tired. In all honesty, they look like they need a break.

    Sitting here today, you almost forget there was ever any room for Zayn. They talk over each other constantly, the Zen-like Harry and Niall bookending the more talkative Liam and Louis. There is a sense of a new bond caused by the battle scars of negative publicity. If there are any rifts or tensions, then we see no sign of them.

     

    Having said that, they are a little more serious than in previous years – there is less fooling around and they are ultra-professional and on-message when it comes to discussing both the new album and sticking together.

    Frustratingly, various questions are off-limits – Louis’ baby and the details behind their decision to pull out of the Belfast gig are big no-nos, and we are warned that our time with the foursome will be cut short if we dare to go there.

    It’s a clear sign that these are very different, bruising times in which the boys need handling with care.

    And our chat takes place before news emerges of Liam’s split with girlfriend Sophia Smith, 21, which means we’re unable to ask him about it – although it’s likely that line of questioning would have been banned as well. According to reports, Liam’s heartbreak was the real reason behind the Belfast debacle.

    But they do talk freely about how they’ve coped with the pressure when things started to implode.

    “The really tough moment for me was when Zayn left,” says Doncaster-born Louis. “That was really, really hard. We knew it was coming, we saw a lot of signs in a lot of the gigs abroad. It was sad.”

    “One thing that was good is that it made us really bond,” says Harry. “It made us look at what we had and really know we wanted to keep it. It also made us really focus on making the best album we could. You go through so much together as a band that no one really understands, but ultimately it just makes you closer.”

    Liam adds, “We can’t ever really sit here and moan, can we? I mean look at our lives. What we’ve done in the past five years is amazing.”

    That is very true. Whatever happens in the future, whether or not the indefinite break turns out to be a permanent one (and, disputer their insistence that this isn’t The End, it certainly fells like each of them knows that the crazy of of 1D mania are over), all of them will take away the extraordinary memories.

    “I got to play on stage with Ronnie Wood,” says Niall, shaking his head in disbelief.

    “And we got to play Wembley and Madison Square Garden,” chips in Louis. “We also got to meet Pele, which is incredible, as we’re all massive sports fans. Even better, he actually knew who we were.”

    Their schedule amy be grueling, but each band member has worked out various coping strategies.

    Harry stays fits and meditates, and Liam has chosen to live in the Surrey countryside outside the noise and chaos of London. Niall has been befriended by Jose Mourinho and several key Chelsea players, and enjoyed training alongside them while recovering from a knee injury.

    “It’s been a big deal for me getting to know Jose because he’s got so much wisdom,” he says. “I never thought he’d take much interest in an Irish lad in a band, but he’s been a good friend to me.

    “Him and Simon Cowell have been great mentors. I’ve got to them as real people beyond this image they put across to the world, and that’s really been a privilege. I spent a good four months down at Chelsea training, and made a lot of goof friends. People I never thought I would actually meet have been there for me and looked after me.”

    Louis worries what he’s going to do without every second of his day being accounted for.

    “I’m actually naturally very lazy,” he says. “So I’m going to get a big fat belly. I’m going to be 24 soon and all these pies are going to catch up on me. You’re going to see photos of me with a big belly.”

    The boys are, however, all desperate to take time out of the spotlight at some point early in 2016 – the exact date has yet to be fixed.

    Wolverhampton-born Liam says, “For me, I just want to have a space where I can let everything sink in. I haven’t even see all the films we made (This Is Us and Where We Are). I’ve literally going to be sitting down watching the moves, watching the concerts, saying ‘Hey, we did that.’ I know I also need to make up a lot of time with my mum. I’m not the best communicator, so I need to sort it out.”

    Harry, who takes everything in his stride and wears his natural-born charism lightly, shrugs off rumours that he is going to run off to Hollywood to make movies.

    “I’m not sure about that,” he laughs. “I like to keep busy and I like to see my mates. I’m really happy. I’ve always had great people around me. I keep wondering whether I should actually watch those great shows that everyone else talks about and I’ve missed, like Mad Men and Breaking Bad. Or should I just move on?”

    Harry has become a regular fixture on the celebrity scenes in both London and Los Angeles, thanks to easy social skills, and friendships with the key movers and shakers from Nick Grimshaw and Kate Moss to the Kardashians – he briefly dated Kendall Jenner and Taylor Swift.

    He will continue to split his time between the UK and States once the band bow out next year. “I enjoy traveling,” he says. “I love doing stuff. I don’t get easily bored.”

    Niall form County Westmeath, already has plans to go backpacking with his friends. He might even dye his hair in the vague hope of going incognito. “I’ve spent the past few years of my life in planes and on tour buses, and I’ve been through countries I’ve really loved but haven’t had a chance to really see,” he says.

    “I want to go back to Australia and definitely Thailand. With the band we stayed at luxury hotels, but I want to see these countries like any lad my age just staying in hostels and that sort of thing. I don’t want to stay at a Four Seasons. I’ve done that, I want something else.

    “I did think about dying my hair brown so I won’t get recognised, but I genuinely believe that if I’m on my own with my mates from home, no one will give me a second look.”

    Niall is the only member of 1D to get through five years without succumbing to the band’s tattoo obsession. As things stand, he is ink-free, but this is something he also plans to changes.

    “I’m definitely doing something about that because when we’re apart I know I’m going to miss them. All of the lads have got this weird tattoo of a Phillips screwdriver on their ankles. I’d like to say it means something deep, but it’s just a tattoo everyone likes. I’m going to brand myself with that one, and it will remind me of the lads, so they’ll be with me where I go.”

    But of course, it is Louis whose life will change the most in the future, as he’ll become a father in a few months’ time. he is apparently paling on basing himself in both the States, where Briana lives, and the UK after the baby is born- although, if reports are accurate, he’ll have to be rooted in London for the latter half of next year as on of The X Factor judges.

    “I’ve got no plans to do any other telly than X Factor,” he says. “I love Simon and I love being part of [the show]. It’s quite emotional for me. I sit there thinking ‘This show gave this boy from Donny a chance to have the most incredible life.’ No other show in the would would have done that.”

    So could it be Louis who find the next band to replace 1D? He laughs: “I’m not going to be looking for any competition. We’re coming back. No one is going to get in the way of 1D.”




    PHOTOS AND VIDEOS: On The Road Again Tour in Sheffield – October 31





    One Direction performs at Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, United Kingdom on October 31.

    Photos: (Click in any image below to see more)

           

    Videos: (According to the setlist)

    1. Clouds
    2. Kiss You
    3. Fireproof
    4. Girl Almighty
    5. Midnight Memories
    6. Better Than Words
    7. Story Of My Life
    8. Stockholm Syndrome
    9. Ready To Run
    10. Don’t Forget Where You Belong
    11. Night Changes
    12. Little Things
    13. Best Song Ever
    14. No Control
    15. Little Black Dress
    16. You & I
    17. Through The Dark
    18. 18
    19. Where Do Broken Hearts Go
    20. Little White Lies
    21. Perfect
    22. Steal My Girl
    23. Act My Age
    24. What Makes You Beautiful
    25. Drag Me Down

    Extras:

    Liam talking
    Niall talking
    Final hugs
    Liam talking

     




    One Direction for Sunday Times Style: “Basically we are all a mess”





    ON A miserably grey day in Caledonian Road, north London, large groups of teenage girls sit huddled on the pavement outside a brick-built warehouse.

    Elise, a student from Krakow, is carrying a fake Chanel clutch. She believes this accessory may attract the attention of Harry Styles, 21, who arrived 11 minutes earlier in one of two black Range Rovers and entered the building, along with Liam Payne, 22, Niall Horan, 22, and Louis Tomlinson, 23. In other words: One Direction.

    Elise and the rest of the fans will wait another eight hours for one more glimpse of the band as they exit the building. Nobody appears to be mourning the late-departed Zayn Malik, 22, who quit the band in March, claiming he wanted a “normal” life. “Zayn never happy,” shrugs Elise. “Now he gone.” They take selfies, note number plates, talk to drivers, send endless texts. Within hours, their number has trebled.

    Photoshoot: (Click to view full size)

    This is life for One Direction. They have millions in the bank (last year the band collectively earned £202,000 a day), travel in private jets and limos and own property portfolios. But they can’t step outside without hordes of fans following them. They have 24/7 security and are as familiar with travelling inside the boot of a car as they are on the white leather seats of a Learjet.

    The last time I interviewed them was in Australia. Payne told me a story about the time he and Tomlinson drove to a remote beach outside Sydney at dawn to learn how to surf. As they pulled on their wetsuits, they spotted one person with a phone. Within 20 minutes, more than 100 people were on the sand. Less than an hour later, their security advised them to leave the beach. “Sometimes, it’s like living in that TV show 24,” he said.

    You can see why Malik wanted out. But already the fans have forgotten him.

    One Direction are not a conventional band: they are a social-media musical phenomenon. A creation of the pop Svengali Simon Cowell, they were assembled on The X Factor in 2010 and went on to break America with their laddish wit and unschooled charm, propelled by a huge Instagram and Twitter following. (Styles is the most popular man in the UK on Instagram, with 13.3m followers.) Five years in and they have just finished their fourth world tour and are set to release their fifth album, Made in the AM, in two weeks’ time.

    It’s been a giddy rollercoaster of superstardom, tainted recently by a deluge of negative press stories about cancelling their Belfast gig after Liam apparently had a last-minute “meltdown” due to the pressure of fame. This came on the back of Malik quitting and Tomlinson soon to be a babydaddy (he’s not with the mother, Briana Jungwirth, the American stylist, but they are “still good friends”). Most damaging of all are the rumours that the remaining four are about to split. Things didn’t improve when, in August, the band announced they were planning to take an “extended hiatus” next year. “We still haven’t found a time to actually say definitely when,” admits Payne.

    Inside Big Sky Studios, the band is in the midst of a 10-hour schedule of 50 interviews with press from around the world. Slots are between 10 and 20 minutes. Style — the only British magazine to be included — is given 20. While we wait, we’re made to listen to three songs from the new album. They are all instantly catchy pop songs, co-written by professional songwriters.

    At 5.45pm, in this vast warehouse studio, a producer announces: “The boys are eating lunch.” Breakfast was midday.

    Finally, Harry Styles emerges from behind a huge TV light, limping, a bootcast strapped to his leg following a stage injury. A wounded pop god in his black skinny jeans, Liberty-print floral shirt and girlishly long “Harry hair”, he explains why he isn’t that hungry.

    “Bullet coffee,” he says, in a broad Cheshire accent. “It’s black coffee with a spoonful of butter in it and a spoonful of coconut oil, all mixed up together. I’ve been on it for two days. You don’t get hungry.” His diet makes you wonder who is looking after the boys.

    Much has been written about Styles, especially about his sex appeal: exes include Taylor Swift, Kylie Jenner and, notoriously, the TV presenter Caroline Flack, who dated him when he was 17 and she was 32. He looks taller than he does in photos, not quite so baby-faced, and has the relaxed, fluid grace of a cat. We talk about Mick Jagger and how much he likes the Rolling Stone’s clothes.

    “I was looking at a photograph of him and Bianca [Jagger] the other day and he was wearing this amazing yellow suit. I’m a massive fan and I like him a lot. I don’t know what he thinks of me.” I tell him Jagger still wears 28in waist jeans. He grins. “I wear 26in waist women’s jeans. Boom.”

    There is no sign that Styles feels any pressure from this bizarre life he has led since he was 16, swapping his part-time bakery job for stadiums and screaming fans, with his every move covered on social media. “I do yoga, a bit of meditation, Pilates,” he says. “I’m reading a book about Buddhism.” He talks about books, films, custard ice cream in the American Midwest and how he buys NutriBullets for “any of my mates when they move into a flat”.

    Every member of the band has put their money into property, buying at least one place for themselves, either in or just outside London. All have bought new houses for their parents — except Horan, who has so far paid off his mum’s mortgage, bought her a car and rents her a flat in London. Horan’s dad, who split from his mum, is reported to have politely turned down his son’s offer of a new house. Mostly, these millionaires don’t have time to spend their money, or even spend time in the houses they have bought.

    After Styles bought his big house in north London “in about 2011”, he filled it with builders and ended up moving into the attic room of the producer Ben Winston (son of the genetic scientist, Robert) and his wife for 18 months. “That saved me,” he says. “I was only supposed to be with them for three weeks. Nobody knew where I was — that can actually, sometimes, be possible.”

    They have drivers instead of cars, and stylists who shop for them, so they end up talking a lot about food. It represents the breaks in their jam-packed days and is something of an obsession. When Tomlinson enters the room a few seconds behind Payne and Horan, he says, as they arrange themselves on the sofa: “Sorry, it’s just I needed a bit of Greggs. Sausage roll and a steak bake. You can’t beat it.” A £2 lunch is what makes this pop star very happy.

    Well trained, their phones are switched off and, bar the odd bit of nudging and pushing, they pay attention. They are all dressed in versions of skinny jeans and casually tight shirts. Like Styles, Horan also has one foot in a cast, a war wound from the tour.

    Like siblings, all four know each other’s habits intimately and settle into specific family roles. Tomlinson, from Doncaster, is the confident eldest, Payne, from Wolverhampton, is the responsible one: the only one whose long-term relationship — with his secondary-school sweetheart, Sophia Smith — has stayed the course. Styles is the easygoing and thoughtful diplomat, and Co Westmeath-born Horan the excitable extrovert.

    Asked how they would describe each other, Horan says:

    “We divide into two sides of a coin. The pie and pint boys and the protein-and-Pilates. Harry is protein-and-Pilates. Liam and me flit between the two and Louis is all about the Greggs. Harry is superfit. He does 12 five-minute rounds of boxing every day and goes for runs. Except he can’t do it now because of his boot.”

    But it is Payne who was recently voted sexiest man of the year by Attitude magazine and lauded for his rippling pecs and perfect thighs. “I’ve been letting all that slide,” he groans, admitting he didn’t go to sleep until 3am. He looks tired and pale, the dark shadows under his eyes emphasised by his black shirt and black jeans. In fact, he looks like he is coming down with flu – little wonder that two weeks laterm, he was the source of the cancelled gig. “Basically, we are all a mess.”

    It could be the most prescient statement they make all day.

    As a band, they rarely do interviews. With a profile built on social media, Snapchat and five-minute television appearances, they certainly don’t do “in-depth”. Like puppies, they were taken away from their families as teenagers by Cowell and set off on this bizarre, gruelling, money-making odyssey. It’s said that Payne’s mother bought a lifesized cut-out of her son to keep in the house, as she never sees him. Every second of every day is accounted for. They often wake up oblivious to which city they are in, generally unable to leave their hotel due to the fans.

    Each of them says they have come to terms with the way they live their lives, but you wonder how they are really coping. They are well-versed in trotting out the lines about “the fans”. “We wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for the fans,” says Payne. “You have to remember that. You can’t complain about it. And yes, it gets crazy, but it’s been all we know. Because of social media, we’re probably the first band to go through it like this. It’s intense, but you’ve got to be grateful for that. You’ve got to be grateful there are people screaming for you, standing outside your hotel room.”

    Horan adds:

    “When things got tough for us this year [with Malik leaving], the fans stayed loyal. That’s a big one for us. They were there.”

    “If we went back to before we were famous and told ourselves this would be what it was like,” says Tomlinson, “we wouldn’t even be able to prepare ourselves for it. There was no preparation for this, except to say roll with it, good and bad, keep rolling with it. It’s what you’ve got.”

    As a band, they often travel separately for security reasons, or simply because they need a break from each other. There are two planes — a party one and a quiet one. Styles is generally on the quiet plane. “I read books, watch films, sleep.” Payne nods. “Sleep. None of us ever gets enough sleep.” Most of the year is spent travelling, touring or promoting, except January, when they get one whole month off. “Top banana,” nods Tomlinson.

    I ask how they feel about Malik’s departure. According to psychologists, most of our communication is in our facial expressions. Tomlinson looks hurt, Styles looks sad, Horan looks away. Payne shrugs: “We sort of knew it was coming. We saw a lot of the signs, especially in a lot of the gigs abroad that we did. And it’s sad. Like with a football team, or when someone in your office goes. But the fans stuck around, they didn’t believe it was the end.”

    Tomlinson nods:

    “It was hard. I think maybe for me the most. But he wanted to be happy and he wasn’t. Everything had always been good and then something bad happens and you have to make decisions, you have to work out what you want, and it makes you really know what you want, and we all knew we wanted this. The good thing was, he left just before we made the album. It was like, ‘Right, let’s make it the best album.’ So we worked our backsides off because we want to show we are a band, we’re here, this is what we do.”

    So why then immediately announce a break? Payne rolls his eyes.

    “It’s just a break. It’s not a split. We’re not going anywhere. In five years we’ve done four tours, five albums, we’ve done films. I’ve not even watched our films, because we are always running for the next thing. I’m really conscious that all this crazy stuff has happened to us and, you know, I haven’t even taken it in. We can’t ever answer questions properly because stuff hasn’t sunk in. I want to just sit still and let it sink in. We just want a little break. I don’t know if anyone’s noticed, but Katy Perry hasn’t done anything for a year…”

    Horan adds:

    “Basically, this is where we are at with 1D. We’ve had five years of craziness. Now we all need to go away, become mad old recluses, then come back again with giant beards. That’s the plan.”

    Outside, the temperature has dropped and the screens of 100 mobile phones glow in the darkness as the fans continue their vigil. Elise, sitting with her back against the wall, is merely a shadow in the gloom, the fake Chanel bag invisible. I warn them the band won’t be leaving for hours yet and a heavily made-up girl rolls her eyes. “We know that already,” she says. “We’re waiting.” The story of their lives.

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    PHOTOS AND VIDEOS: On The Road Again Tour in Sheffield – October 30





    One Direction performs at Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, United Kingdom on October 30.

    Photos: (Click in any image below to see more)

        

    Videos: (According to the setlist)

    1. Clouds
    2. Kiss You
    3. Fireproof
    4. Girl Almighty
    5. Midnight Memories
    6. Better Than Words
    7. Story Of My Life
    8. Stockholm Syndrome
    9. Ready To Run
    10. Don’t Forget Where You Belong
    11. Night Changes
    12. Little Things
    13. Best Song Ever
    14. No Control
    15. Little Black Dress
    16. You & I
    17. Through The Dark
    18. 18
    19. Where Do Broken Hearts Go
    20. Little White Lies
    21. Perfect
    22. Steal My Girl
    23. Act My Age
    24. What Makes You Beautiful
    25. Drag Me Down




    PHOTOS AND VIDEOS: On The Road Again Tour in Sheffield – October 29





    One Direction performs at Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, United Kingdom on October 29.

    Photos: (Click in any image below to see more)

           

    Videos: (According to the setlist)

    1. Clouds
    2. Kiss You
    3. Fireproof
    4. Girl Almighty
    5. Midnight Memories
    6. Better Than Words
    7. Story Of My Life
    8. Stockholm Syndrome
    9. Ready To Run
    10. Don’t Forget Where You Belong
    11. Night Changes
    12. Little Things
    13. Best Song Ever
    14. No Control
    15. Little Black Dress
    16. You & I
    17. Through The Dark
    18. 18
    19. Where Do Broken Hearts Go
    20. Little White Lies
    21. Perfect
    22. Steal My Girl
    23. Act My Age
    24. What Makes You Beautiful
    25. Drag Me Down




    PHOTOS AND VIDEOS: On The Road Again Tour in Newcastle – October 27





    One Direction performs at Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, United Kingdom on October 27.

    Photos: (Click in any image below to see more)

           

    Videos: (According to the setlist)

    1. Clouds
    2. Kiss You
    3. Fireproof
    4. Girl Almighty
    5. Midnight Memories
    6. Better Than Words
    7. Story Of My Life
    8. Stockholm Syndrome
    9. Ready To Run
    10. Don’t Forget Where You Belong
    11. Night Changes
    12. Little Things
    13. Best Song Ever
    14. No Control
    15. Little Black Dress
    16. You & I
    17. Through The Dark
    18. 18
    19. Where Do Broken Hearts Go
    20. Little White Lies
    21. Perfect
    22. Steal My Girl
    23. Act My Age
    24. What Makes You Beautiful
    25. Drag Me Down




    PHOTOS AND VIDEOS: On The Road Again Tour in Newcastle – October 26





    One Direction performs at Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, United Kingdom on October 26.

    Photos: (Click in any image below to see more)

         

    Videos: (According to the setlist)

    1. Clouds
    2. Kiss You
    3. Fireproof
    4. Girl Almighty
    5. Midnight Memories
    6. Better Than Words
    7. Story Of My Life
    8. Stockholm Syndrome
    9. Ready To Run
    10. Don’t Forget Where You Belong
    11. Night Changes
    12. Little Things
    13. Best Song Ever
    14. No Control
    15. Little Black Dress
    16. You & I
    17. Through The Dark
    18. 18
    19. Where Do Broken Hearts Go
    20. Little White Lies
    21. Perfect
    22. Steal My Girl
    23. Act My Age
    24. What Makes You Beautiful
    25. Drag Me Down




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