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Stay Calm, Niall Horan's Album Is 'Officially Complete'

Niall Horan
Dean Martindale

Niall Horan

NH2 is on it's way!

Niall Horan took to Twitter on Thursday (Jan. 16) to reveal that his sophomore album is "complete."

The crooner has already given fans snippets of what we can expect from his next project, with his 2019 singles "Nice to Meet Ya" and "Put a Little Love on Me."

"The lyrics came about from a half-true story. I was out one night and locked eyes with this girl," he recently told Billboard of "Nice to Meet Ya." "We got chatting, and she was with a group of her mates and I was with a group of my mates. It felt like every time I turned around -- like the lyric says -- she just kind of disappeared. But then over the course of the same night, in different bars around that same area, we would bump into each other. It’s a song that is basically like a movie that is based on a true story, and then you start changing stuff that makes the song start to sound a little bit more interesting.

Though we still don't have a release date for the new album, in April the former One Direction member will kick off his North American tour. The Irish singer noted his "best friend in the whole wide world" Lewis Capaldi and pop singer Fletcher will join him as openers.


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