Niall Horan: One Direction 'Organising' Next Album

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Niall Horan of One Direction attends "El Hormiguero" Tv show at Vertice Studio on October 31, 2012 in Madrid, Spain.

After Zayn Malik confirmed his departure from One Direction last week, the remaining four members noted in a statement that "we're looking forward to recording the new album." Now fans are getting some new details about that release, the follow-up to 2014's Four.

Niall Horan tweeted about the upcoming fifth album release on Sunday (Mar. 29), just one day after taking the stage on the band's current tour in South Africa on Saturday.

"Had a sit down last night with the label, started organising our writing sessions for the next album! F--- yeaaaahhhh! Can't wait!" he tweeted.

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Speaking out for the first time since his exit from 1D, Malik spoke to The Sun about his decision to leave the group last week. In the interview, he confirmed he was already working on solo material with British producer Naughty Boy.

"I did try to do something that I wasn't happy doing for a while, for the sake of maybe other's people's happiness," he said in the interview. "And that was mainly the fans. I only ever tried to do it for the fans. I'm only upset [because] I feel like I may have let them down in some sort of way."