Liam Payne, who is a known member of the popular boy band One Direction has come out with a confession that is feels like he has finally got ‘closure’ on this chapter of One Direction after the band member Zayn Malik quit. He and his band members Niall Horan, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson are all set to go for an extended hiatus during the initial phases of next year 2016.
The 21 year old Night changes hit maker has expressed that he feels that their latest release, History, truly sums up the band’s five year success story. He added “More than anything the song is about the way the fans and everyone have created this massive thing-One Direction-over the past five year. Out of history comes a little bit of closure for this chapter of One Direction”.
The band also got many loyal fans who lined up outside their recording studio just for a chance to meet them or just to get a glimpse. They were assembled to perform the final chorus on the track, an idea which Liam Payne wishes he had through of or come up with. He also told entertainment weekly “that was actually my idea. It’s really great because obviously that song is mainly about the fans and what they have done; I think it was important that they were a part of it, to close the album.”
Meanwhile, the other band member Niall recently revealed that he has written a song about one night stands for the new album of the band which is called Made in the AM. He said “the song has got a bit of dirt to it, a bit of grit to it. It’s basically about being in the bar, and some guy is chewing the ear off you. He’s got a few drinks on him, and you can tell by her body language that she doesn’t want to be there, so you come over to her, chat to her.
Then the chorus is basically about ‘I can be your temporary fix’. We don’t have to call it anything-just kinda… its relatable I guess. Everyone has a grungy night out now and then.” Lets wait and watch when and how the album comes out and what all records it breaks. One direction is definitely popular and has got a lot of loyal fans.