New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Niall Horan shares 'Put a Little
Love On Me,' a track from his forthcoming album, and its accompanying video. Niall wrote the song with longtime collaborators Jamie Scott
Bryer, who also produced, and Mike Needle. Greg Kurstin arranged and produced the strings.
'Nice To Meet Ya,' his new single, has amassed over 100 million combined global streams since its release in October.
Naming it one of the "5 Best Songs of the Week," TIME said, "The tune is grounded by his easygoing hum and a confident, low-key lyrical delivery, but it's a pop song through and through, with a catchy rock inflection to boot."
"Niall's Back baby," Vulture declared.
Billboard noted, "'Nice To Meet Ya' is Horan's most daring track yet as far as production goes, building a piano-driven melody into a swirling bridge before the electric guitar-driven chorus kicks in."
Niall's 2020 Nice To Meet Ya World Tour kicks off on April 20 at Bridgestone Arena
in Nashville, TN, and include shows at Barclays Center in New York (April 29) and The Forum in Los Angeles (May 18). The tour will include performances by special guest, LEWIS CAPALDI, plus FLETCHER.
Originally from Mullingar, Ireland, Horan has sold over 80 million records and toured the globe multiple times as part of the iconic One Direction.
With his full-length solo debut, 'Flicker', he achieved massive global success and widespread critical acclaim. The album entered the Billboard 200 at No. 1 in October 2017 and soon earned Platinum certification or greater in 20 countries. In addition to surpassing three million in worldwide album sales and nearly 3.5 billion combined streams worldwide, it topped the iTunes Top Albums chart in 61 countries.
Flicker included the 2x Platinum single, 'This Town,' which has amassed over 800 million streams worldwide, and the 3x Platinum, 'Slow Hands,' which shot straight to No. 1 in 44 countries, claiming the top spot on Billboard's Mainstream Top 40 chart for two weeks and surpassing 10 million in adjusted track sales globally, with 1.5 billion streams worldwide.
Horan's Flicker World Tour included sold-out dates in the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Singapore, Japan, Brazil and Australia.