By: Cami Mondeaux
Niall Horan announced Thursday he’ll be dropping his second solo album “Heartbreak Weather” — and fans can expect it in just over a month.
His new album will be officially dropping March 13 and is now available, with iTunes confirming 14 songs. Some singles include “Nice to Meet Ya”, “Put a Little Love on Me” and “No Judgement” (which just released Friday).
Niall went to social media to announce the news, dropping the album cover art on Instagram and Twitter.
— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) February 7, 2020
This album has been long-anticipated, with Niall hinting at the release in June 2019. Since then, he released two of his singles “Nice To Meet Ya in October” and “Put a Little Love on Me” in December.
This will be Niall’s first album release since “Flicker” in 2017. The title “Heartbreak Weather” is all about the importance of being open-minded toward each other, he said.
Niall said he was very careful with stringing this album together, making sure every song told a coherent story. In fact, it was rumored that there were around 50-60 songs that Niall was playing with before choosing the final 14.
Niall will kick off a tour starting April 20 with guest singer Lewis Capaldi — who has become good friends with the former One Direction lad.