Niall Horan brands One Direction's debut concert 'worst night of my life'

Pauline Gross
September 16, 2017

Niall Horan, formerly of boy band One Direction, is bringing his first solo tour to Indianapolis.

Horan is now in Tokyo, in the middle of his "Flicker Sessions 2017 Tour", which sold out in minutes.

Niall Horan hosts a couple of strong reasons to gathering.

The release comes nearly one year on from when the One Direction singer first gave fans a chance to sample his solo efforts.

"The Irish singer released his new single, 'Too Much to Ask" just 24 hours after celebrating his 24th birthday on Wednesday.

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Take a listen to the song and decide for yourselves! He also shares what appears to be the highly-anticipated album's cover art, which features a close-up image of his solemn face. His Flicker world tour will include special guest Maren Morris.

Horan's Flickerhanked fans for being respectful and "listening to every word and enjoying the music".

Since the release of his first single "This Town" Niall has performed on The Today Show, The Tonight Show and the 2016 AMA's and has blow us away with every performance.

Will you be excited to check out the singer's new album when it gets released?

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