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‘Three songs’ potential new singles for One Direction
"We're picking it very soon, actually, very soon," singer Louis Tomlinson has said of the upcoming track, the first from the band's second LP.
"There's two or three... there's about three songs that are all good contenders," he added in an In Demand With Alex James chat.
One Direction's most recent and first album was called Up All Night and came out last year.
The LP is home to singles such as the band's debut What Makes You Beautiful and the ballad Gotta Be You.
No doubt some 1D fans will now be trying to imagine what the band's newest single might sound like: which members will do most of the singing and which music instruments might be involved on the song.
Published by AW.Posted on 26 Jul 2012 17:32 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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