Niall Horan announces new album to drop March

By Camden Mondeaux on February 8, 2020
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – DECEMBER 20: Niall Horan performs during Power 96.1’s Jingle Ball 2019 – Show on December 20, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

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.


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.

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