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31 August 2012, 06:57
The 'One Thing' stars also admit that their latest record is "heavy" on guitars and drums.
One Direction have confessed that the title of their new album 'Take Me Home' came from their days traveling around the world and the desire to head back to base.
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' singers unveiled the name of the follow up to 2011's 'Up All Night' and revealed the cover artwork this week.
Speaking about the title of their album, singer Niall Horan told Ryan Seacrest that the decision wasn't taken lightly.
"We thought about it for a while," he admitted. "Because we all would do a lot of traveling around the world and we get to see a lot of cool places, but the main thing is there's no place like home. It's always kind of nice to go home."
The star also admitted that fans of their debut wont be disappointed with the sound "not too different" from their first album
"We've been very, very happy about it, because we're obviously nervous - the second album you never know what you're going to get from it," he added. "But we're really excited about it. It's really fun, very heavy on guitars and drums, so we're super excited about it."
The album features collaborations with the likes of Ed Sheeran, McFly's Tom Fletcher and Dr. Luke and will be released on 12th November.
The album will be proceeded by new single 'Live While We're Young' – which is available to download on 30th September.
Meanwhile, One Direction will be amongst the performers at the MTV Video Music Awards 2012 next week as well as London's iTunes Festival at the end of next month.