One Direction single brings fans to tears
One Direction's latest track had Twitter followers shrieking on Monday.
Niall Horan logged onto Twitter at the start of the week with a treat for his social media followers.
The singer shared a 19-second clip promoting the band’s latest track, Steal My Girl, from their forthcoming album, Four.
As MTV News reports, their fans were quick to swoon and squeal over the tune, which has the crooners singing lyrics: “Everybody want to steal my girl/ Everybody want to take her heart away/ A couple billion in the whole wide world/ Find another one because she belongs to me."
“IT'S NOT EVEN 20 SEC OF THE SONG AND HALF OF US ARE CRYING NIAGRA FALLS #StealMyGirl,” the outlet reports one fan wrote.
“I can't handle 19 seconds how am I suppose to cope with the full song and music video!! #StealMyGirl,” another added, with one fan echoing: “#STEALMYGIRL IS ALREADY SLAYING OUR EXISTENCE AND IT'S NOT EVEN THE WHOLE SONG OH GOD I DONT KNOW IF I WILL SURVIVE.”
Others posted internet memes of themselves crying.
“me through out the 20 seconds of #StealMyGirl,” one fan captioned an image of herself trying to smile through tears.
One Direction, made up Niall, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik and Liam Payne, will release their latest musical offering Four on November 17.
"It's going to be their most personal record yet,” a music insider revealed to British newspaper Metro earlier this month.
“The boys have been very serious about recording their best album yet, with a lot of personal lyrics and stories about their lives. They've also been working with some new producers like Naughty Boy.”
The boys have also been playing around the globe on their Where We Are Tour, which kicked off in April in Colombia and finishes up in October when they play in Miami.
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