One Direction, performing in Utah next July, are gearing up to release their highly anticipated second album "Take Me Home" on Tuesday, Nov. 13.
Fans can stream the album in its entirety a week early exclusively on the iTunes store: www.iTunes.com/OneDirection.
The album includes the history-making No. 1 single "Live While We’re Young," which sold over 341,000 copies in its first week, making it Billboard’s biggest opening-week sales for a single by a non-US artist ever.
The album sees One Direction collaborating with a whole host of first class writers and producers, once again reuniting the band with Rami Yacoub, Carl Falk (both whom were featured in the Tribune earlier this year), Savan Kotecha, Ed Sheeran (opening for Taylor Swift next June in Utah) and McFly’s Tom Fletcher.
Live While We're Young
Last First Kiss
Change My Mind
Back For You
They Don't Know About Us
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