Niall Horan Releases New Album 'Heartbreak Weather'
Niall Horan released his second album Friday, titled Heartbreak Weather! The former One Direction star posted to Twitter to share the happy news.
Former One Direction singer releases his second album
Niall Horan has always been known for his love ballads, and has finally released a much anticipated second album!
The former boy band sensation posted to Twitter the happy news of his breakup album, titled Heartbreak Weather.
"I had so much fun and a lot of hard moments writing this album and I'm very proud of the record as a body of work," the singer Tweeted, "NOW IT'S YOURS."
I had so much fun and a lot of hard moments writing this album and I'm very proud of the record as a body of work. ￼NOW IT'S YOURS. Dance, laugh, cry, take the lyrics in, do whatever makes you feel it. https://t.co/yIuD6AteX5— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) March 13, 2020
Love you all
Nialler x#HeartbreakWeather pic.twitter.com/S789niZFGV
Horan had previously opened up about the album and it's concept on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
"Breakup albums can be very, like, 'I'm so sad. It's all about me. My side of things.' This time I was trying to write from the different angles, from the other person's angle, from people looking in potentially, that kind of thing," he told the host.
Horan had split from the actress and singer Hailee Steinfeld, after several months of dating. Steinfeld released a single in 2019 titled "Wrong Direction", which many speculated was about Horan.
There are already three singles out from the new album, dropping "Nice To Meet Ya" in October, and "Put a Little Love On Me" hit the radio in December.
His third single "No Judgments", which dropped this February, made it to 97 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it one of five singles to make the list.
Tour dates are still up in the air during this time of uncertainty with the COVID-19 outbreak. Many artists are postponing dates, and Horan could be one of them.
Horan joked on Twitter about the April tour, saying he "smashed it" with the timing.
Surely as far as 'difficult second albums' go, I've smashed it with my timing— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) March 12, 2020
While fans wait for tour information, you can listen to Heartbreak Weather on any major streaming service.