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2 February 2012, 20:09 | Updated: 2 February 2012, 20:35
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' singer will release 'Up All Night' one week early in the US following their recent trip to LA.
One Direction have confirmed they will release their debut album 'Up All Night' a week earlier than scheduled in America.
The 'Gotta Be You' singers have just returned from Los Angeles after filming scenes for the Nickelodeon teen series iCarly, and announced the news on their official Twitter page.
"Hi US Directioners! You asked for it & we made it happen," the band tweeted yesterday (1st February). "#UpAllNight will be out 3/13, 1 wk early!"
"Its been an amazing trip to the US! Love it here!" Niall Horan also tweeted. "Love it here! But lets make more trips like that! Now look forward to BTR tour! Lets goooo."
One Direction are scheduled to return to the US from 24th February to support American boy band Big Time Rush on tour.