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22 October 2012, 12:27
The 'One Thing' stars also say their voices are much better after touring for the past year.
One Direction have promised the songs on their new album 'Take Me Home' are "more meaningful" than their 2011 debut, and say their voices have developed a lot over the past year.
The 'Gotta Be You' stars are preparing to launch their second record next month and say they want their music to grow with them as each of them grow up, as well as confirming they have penned a number of songs on the new album.
"I think the songs on this album are a bit more meaningful than the last album and I think that's the main difference really," band member Liam Payne revealed during an interview with Australia's Sunday Night. "It's a bit more live, and we wrote a lot of them as well, so that was good news.
"I just think because of how much touring we've done our voices have got much better."
Despite wanting to develop with their music Niall Horan promises fans they will still keep the One Direction sound they loved from 2011's 'Up All Night'.
"We wanted the music to grow with us as we're growing up," he explained. 'But there's nothing really drastic, because it's only been a year since we made the last album."
One Direction visit Capital FM earlier this month to promote 'Live While We're Young', as seen below (Credit: PA):
Over the weekend the 'What Makes You Beautiful' stars unveiled the single artwork for their next release 'Little Things', the second single to be released from their new album after 'Live While We're Young' in September.
One Direction's new album 'Take Me Home' is due out on 12th November.