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One Direction unveil third single from new album

Published 27/11/2015

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Liam Payne has announced One Direction's third single from album Made in the A.M. on Twitter.

One Direction star Liam Payne has revealed that Infinity will be the third track to be released from their latest album, Made in the A.M.

The band is currently in the middle of promoting its fifth record, which will also be the last release before Liam and fellow members, Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles and Niall Horan go on a long-term hiatus.

After the success of the album's first two tracks Drag Me Down and Perfect, Liam took to Twitter on Thursday (26Nov15) to reveal their next single.

"Infinity is the next single off #MadeInTheAM!" he wrote to his 21.3 million followers.

The band has been working tirelessly to promote the album on both sides of the pond and all four members are proud of the finished result.

The singers recently opened up to Billboard about each track on the record, and Infinity was a stand out cut for all of them.

"(It's a)banger, epic banger," Louis, 23, said. "That was another one that we played on the first day of writing and for me that’s the most epic song that we’ve got. To listen to it from top to bottom, it’s a real song to be proud of, that we’ve done."

Harry, 21, agreed with his band mate, insisting that there was no way it wasn't going to make the cut when it came to choosing the final tracklist.

"I think it’s one of the best that we have and it’s like a moment and I think it says a lot and I’m glad that that one’s on there," he said.

Infinity was written by Jamie Scott, John Ryan, and Julian Bunetta and is one of the few songs on the album not written or composed by the band.

It hasn't all been hard work for the group though, as they got to celebrate Thanksgiving in the U.S. with a meal cooked by Liam, 22.

The singer posed for a picture in a Minnie Mouse apron and black oven gloves in front of an oven with the caption on Twitter wishing their American fans a happy Thanksgiving.

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