One Direction has revealed the title and artwork for the pop group’s lead single from it’s upcoming album FOUR.
1D’s Liam Payne tweeted on Sunday (Sept. 14) that the new single is called “Steal My Girl” and will be available on Sept. 29. The group also tweeted a photo of the single’s artwork, which can be viewed below.
— One Direction (@onedirection) September 14, 2014
“Steal My Girl” was written by 1D’s Louis Tomlinson and Payne, with Ed Drewett, Wayne Hector, Julian Bunetta and John Ryan. It’s produced by Bunetta, Ryan and Paro Westerlund. In a news release, Columbia Records said the track features “cascading stadium piano chords.”
One Direction recently announced the title and release date of its fourth album, FOUR, which will be released Nov. 17 on SYCO/Columbia. To celebrate the announcement, the group gifted fans with a free download of the new song “Fireproof,” which scored 1.1 million downloads in 24 hours.
The pop group will celebrate the release of FOUR with a performance on NBC’s Today from Universal Orlando Resort in Florida on Nov. 17.
FOUR follows 1D’s chart-toppers Up All Night and Take Me Home (both released in 2012) and last year’s Midnight Memories. The group is touring stadiums and arenas across the globe through April 2015.