One Direction To Record New Album On 'Where We Are' UK Stadium Tour Next Year?

30 September 2013, 14:29

The 'Little Things' five-piece are starting to thing about their next record ready to record in 2014.

One Direction have reportedly already started planning their fourth studio album and will start laying down tracks for the record on their UK stadium tour next year.

The 'Live While We're Young' singers' third album 'Midnight Memories' is not out until November, but the boys are already said to be getting ready to write and record for the follow-up.

"One Direction will travel with their own studio in tow when they play stadium dates," a source told The Sun this week. "It's going to cost a few quid but then, considering the amount of cash they're making on the tour they can afford it.

"The boys are all writing more and more themselves these days so it will allow them to develop as songwriters," the source explained. "Because of the shows across the globe they'll have no time out to record so this is the best way to get the fourth album done."

Check out a picture of One Direction star Louis Tomlinson playing football in Perth below (Credit: Splash):

The 'Best Song Ever' band are set to hit the road in 2014 on their 'Where We Are' stadium tour across the UK, with three brand new dates going on sale over the weekend.

One Direction release their new album 'Midnight Memories' on 25th November.