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One Direction: Album is ready!

Published 29/09/2015

One Direction
One Direction

One Direction's new album Made in the A.M is "mastered and ready to go".

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - One Direction have completed their upcoming album.

The band - consisting of Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson - announced last week (beg21Sep15) their new release is called Made in the A.M and will drop November 13.

Now Niall has whipped fans into a frenzy by revealing the new music is completely finished.

"Album is mastered and ready to go .... can't wait for you to hear it," he posted on Twitter.

The upcoming release marks their first since Zayn Malik left the band in March (15). It is also their last before they go on hiatus next year (16).

The boys are enjoying a temporary send off from fans while playing the last leg of their On the Road Again Tour. With a whopping six consecutive dates at London's O2 arena, One Direction will today (29Sep15) play their penultimate night in the British capital.

"Night 4 in the O2 was sickkk! (sic) Crowds keep getting better...see ya again tomorrow London, I'm off to sleep," Niall wrote yesterday, while Harry posted: "London shows have been amazing so far, thank you to everyone who has come to say hello. Looking forward to prancing again tonight. H"

Fans are hoping One Direction's hiatus won't signal the end of the band. But they don't need to worry too much, as the lads will hang around to collaborate with their pals and fellow singers Little Mix.

The band consists of Zayn's ex Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

"We definitely want to collaborate with One Direction," Jade recently said.

"We saw Liam at the iTunes gig and he said he wanted to write with us for the next album, so that would be good."

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