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Niall Horan Teases 4 New Songs Ahead Of ‘Flicker’ Album Release

Niall Horan’s highly-anticipated debut solo album Flicker is set to arrive on Friday, but the former One Direction member is already giving fans a sneak peek at some of the unreleased tracks.

Horan has already dropped three singles from Flicker, including “This Town,” “Slow Hands” and “Too Much To Ask,” but now the Irish singer is teasing more new music and we are loving what we’re hearing.

Uploading videos onto social media, Horan posted snippets of four tracks, including a duet with his tour opener Marren Morris.

 

 TRACK 1: “On The Loose”

‘On The Loose ‘, track 1 from Flicker .

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TRACK 3: “Seeing Blind” feat Marren Morris

Delighted to have @MarenMorris​ on ‘Seeing Blind .’ I hope ya love this duet .

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TRACK 8: “Flicker”

Here’s a little clip of the title track of the album . ‘Flicker’ is out in less than a week !

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TRACK 9: “Fire Away”

Track 9 from ‘Flicker’ : Fire Away

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If that’s not enough for Horan fans, the singer has also shared a behind the scenes look at the music video for his latest single “Too Much To Ask” (watch the music video here).

In the new clip, Horan says, “When it came to making this video I had a clear idea in my head of what I wanted it to look like, what the colouring would look like, how I wanted it to be shot and then I sat down with Malia James, who is an incredible director and someone that I’ve been very fond of and fond of her work for a long time. She really helped me bring the song to life and helped me bring the idea of how I felt about the song to life.”

Niall Horan’s debut solo album Flicker will be released on October 20.