'It would be ridiculous not to' - Niall Horan assures fans that One Direction will reform
Published 27/11/2016 | 15:15
Niall Horan has assured fans that One Direction will reform, saying it would be "ridiculous" not to.
The Mullingar native told the Sunday People that members of the band are enjoying their time off, but they will work together again in the future.
“At the moment we are all doing our own thing. Everyone is just enjoying just how chilled it is," he said.
“Harry wanted do is his movie and everyone is just chilling. I don’t think anyone needs to worry about us we are fine."
“We will back. We would would silly not to..ridiculous.”
The 23-year-old recently released his debut solo single, This Town, and is working on releasing his first album.
He said that he took a similar approach in creating his solo tracks as he did when he was in the band.
“This time around it was me working closely with producers and knowing what they like in terms of sound and being inspired by different artists and how they would write and in different ways writing songs.”
“On our first album we were all sh** scared of the prospect of going into the studio as we have never done it before. But over time you become confident and know what you are good."
“Over the last five years I’ve become a good guitarist and I love to play the piano. You learn a lot so it makes it easier this time around.”