One Direction Reveal Release Date for New Album 'Made In the A.M.'

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Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, Harry Styles and Liam Payne of One Direction photographed onstage in 2015

It's happening: One Direction's fifth (and final album before they take a break) is coming this fall, according to Harry, Louis, Niall and Liam.

In a 15-second video uploaded to their Twitter account, 1D revealed Made In the A.M. is currently available for pre-order ahead of its Nov. 13 release date. Even better, a new 1D song -- the first new song from Made In the A.M. since "Drag Me Down," which hit No. 3 on the Hot 100 -- will be available today. 

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"As a little treat, can you can download album track 'Infinity' instantly," Harry Styles says in the video (which also features father-to-be Louis Tomlinson rocking a Warped Tour shirt). 

After their 2015 album, the remaining four members of 1D will take a “well earned break at some point next year,” but are not “splitting up," according to Niall Horan. It's currently unknown if 1D will tour behind Made In the A.M., but a world tour seems unlikely under the circumstances. Their current tour wraps in October. 

2016 could see a different Direction-related bit of music, though -- former member Zayn Malik is currently working with Frank Ocean's creative partner Malay on studio material that the songwriter-producer says is "pure genius." Malik is signed to RCA as a solo artist. 

Update: The band's tune "Infinity" is now on Spotify. Listen below.