Niall Horan Drops New Single 'Too Much to Ask'

Niall Horan

Niall Horan

Here is one of Horan's newer songs, "Too Much to Ask".

Niall Horan's Flicker Sessions tour is officially in full swing and it sounds like the shows are going extremely well. Citi cardholders can begin purchasing pre-sale tickets through the Citi Private Pass program on Tuesday.

A year after releasing debut solo single "This Town", the One Direction star has now taken to Instagram to announce that his solo full-length effort will be titled "Flicker" and will arrive on October 20. And Horan's bandmate Harry Styles started selling tickets in June 2017 for his two Madison Square Garden shows in June 2018.

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Brace yourselves, Niall Horan fans- it looks like the "Slow Hands" singer's debut solo album is dropping much sooner than we all thought!

You can listen to the song below!

He also posted the album's official artwork.

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Niall adds that "Flicker", the song, changed his mind about where the album was headed.

The Irish singer was put together with Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Zayn Malik to form the hit boyband on United Kingdom reality show The X Factor in 2010, and in September 2011 they released their first single What Makes You Beautiful, which hit the top of the charts around the world.

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