One Direction may not be together anymore, but the singers are still releasing new music.
Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Liam Payne all dropped their latest tunes on Friday, giving fans a variety of tracks that are perfect to kick off the weekend. Each with their unique sound and style, the former bandmates give their fans a little bit of everything to enjoy.
Styles treated fans to his third single titled "Adore You" from his sophomore album, Fine Line, which drops Dec. 13. The fun and quirky accompanying music video is narrated by Rosalía and directed by Dave Meyers. Taking place in the mythical Isle of Eroda, the story follows Styles as a boy with mega-bright teeth who teaches the people on the village to smile after they witness his friendship with a magical fish.
Horan takes things a little slower in the romantic piano-led song "Put a Little Love on Me." The track -- co-written by Horan, Jamie Scott and Daniel Bryer -- is the second single from his forthcoming album. The video shows the singer playing the piano in an empty room, while a woman dances in subsequent scenes, before coming together at the end.
As for Payne, the singer released his debut album, LP1, as well as a music video for his and Cheat Codes' song, "Live Forever." The electro-pop tune features Payne shirtless at a seaside location and in the water after jumping off a cliff.
Meanwhile, his LP includes his former hits, "Strip That Down" featuring Quavo, "Familiar" featuring J Balvin, "Stack It Up" and many more.
Naturally, 1D fans took notice of the former members' new songs and took to Twitter to express their thoughts.
For more One Direction, including Styles talking about Zayn Malik leaving the band, watch the video below.
Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Liam Payne All Just Released New Music on Same Day
this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines.
“People do not trust teenagers,” Billie Eilish said on Wednesday, Dec. 4, in an interview with Beats 1 host Zane Lowe. “They don’t believe them, and they don't believe they're gonna know what they want.” People don’t trust teenagers — especially with emotions, but Billie doesn’t much care. The songs she writes with brother and collaborator Finneas resonate because the bass is good and the cadences are unpredictable. But they also resonate because of the delivery, the way Billie and Finneas’s lyrics are straightforward and careful, spinning out stories so slowly you don’t realize they’re there until you’re left devastated.
In 2019, those stories were recognized. After she spoke to Zane, Apple Music awarded her Artist of the Year on stage at Apple’s headquarters. Billie was also awarded Songwriter of the Year (along with Finneas) and Album of the Year, for her debut full-length record, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
She performed a remarkable set at their Cupertino headquarters, her first-ever acoustic show where she sang stripped-down versions of her hits like “ocean eyes,” “bad guy,” and “xanny.” At one point she sat at the piano, the light so bright it blocked her out as she played “listen before i go.”
Hours before, Zane had asked her what the most fun part of building the Billie universe is, beyond the music, beyond the lyrics. “I think the satisfaction is the most fun,” she told him. “Having people trust me.”
In the past twelve months alone, Billie had a No.1 single, played Saturday Night Live, won two American Music Awards, and was nominated for six Grammys.Greg Noire/Apple Music