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With One Direction preparing to take some time away from the band in March 2016, talk has turned to what each of the individual members will do during the hiatus.
Naturally, we\'re all expecting four solo albums, but 1D\'s Niall Horan told Digital Spy none of the guys have secured deals just yet.
"Currently there are no individual projects lined up," he told us. "I haven\'t really thought about that. I don\'t have any songs lined up.
"Say if we were to make records individually, what would it sound like? It\'s not going to sound like One Direction."
In fact, Niall revealed that they have pretty much used up all the songs they have for their latest album
, and had to convince their record label to make the collection longer to fit them all on.
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"We\'ve ended up bringing out all of the songs basically," Niall said. "The album was meant to be smaller, but we couldn\'t make up our minds over which songs we wanted to keep.
"So we just ended up making the album a few songs bigger. Some of them were too good to let go.
"One in particular that I really like that didn\'t make the album was \'Home\'. It was one of my favourites when writing the album, but it was a decision that had to be made. Everyone has to agree."
While \'Home\' didn\'t make the final album tracklist, the group managed to release it as a B-side to their latest single \'Perfect\'.
Before they head their separate ways for a while, One Direction will be hitting the promotional trail for
, which was released worldwide yesterday (November 13).
The four-piece will be pushing the album as much as they can in the coming months, and hope to release another single from the collection before they go on their break.
"We\'re going to try and get as much music out before [we break]," Niall said. "We\'re going to be on everyone\'s TV screens over the next few weeks."
One Direction face tough competition from Justin Bieber\'s new album
for the top spot, with both albums vying for pole position on next week\'s chart.
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