Niall Horan on sophomore album "Heartbreak Weather" and more
Niall Horan has given a brand new interview, where he's opened up about his upcoming album, being part of One Direction, dealing with social media and more.
Horan left home for an X-Factor audition at 16 years old, joined One Direction and unexpectedly left his hometown in Ireland as a result. A decade later, he's experienced unimaginable success, and with a US No. 1 solo album under his belt, is set to release his sophomore album, Heartbreak Weather, tomorrow on March 13.
The Irish heartthrob's second record is the follow-up to his 2017 US No. 1 album, Flicker. It was placed on Rolling Stone’s list of the 70 Most Anticipated Albums of 2020 and features the recent smash global hit "Nice To Meet Ya," alongside new single “No Judgement” and “Put a Little Love On Me”.
In a brand new interview, the 26-year-old singer-songwriter has spoken about his new album, talked about his fear of failure and much more [watch the full interview below].
He told Glamour UK magazine: "You can sit there and dwell on the idea of failure, you can let it really upset you but it's going to damage your songwriting, which means you will fail. Or you can grab it by the scruff of the neck!
"For this album, I've written my best stuff, because I wasn't in the studio every day going, 'Oh, this is going to be a disaster.' The thought of failure drives me to want to outdo myself all the time and be as big as I can."
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