All The Details On Niall Horan's 'The Show': Release Date, Tracklist & More

8 June 2023, 11:22 | Updated: 9 June 2023, 12:27

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Here are all the details on Niall Horan's upcoming third studio album 'The Show', everything you need to know from the release date to the tracklist...

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Niall Horan's third album, 'The Show', is here!

After releasing the first single off the album 'Heaven', Niall announced the second single; 'Meltdown' in April and we've had the two on repeat ever since.

Fans of the One Direction star were sent into a frenzy when he first shared a video in October detailing his plans to release the music he's been slaving over for three years, and his third studio album is officially here.

The 'Slow Hands' musician is making a big return to music in 2023, has not only released his long-awaited record but he's got a string of festival appearances lined up for summer – and a tour too!

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So here's everything you need to know about 'The Show' from the release date to the track list, to what Niall's spilled on the record...

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Niall Horan is releasing his third studio album
Niall Horan is releasing his third studio album. Picture: Getty
Niall's third album is called 'The Show'
Niall's third album is called 'The Show'. Picture: Niall Horan/Instagram

When is Niall Horan's album 'The Show' coming out?

Niall confirmed that 'The Show' will be dropping on Friday June 9, which means it'll officially be full of summer bops!

He has a busy schedule of festival appearances this summer, so it's coming right on time!

Niall dished all the details in Twitter post
Niall dished all the details in Twitter post. Picture: Alamy

Niall's full tracklist for 'The Show' unveiled

In March, Niall unveiled further artwork for 'The Show' that revealed the official tracklist for the upcoming album.

The record will consist of 10 tracks, and as per the back cover of the album, there are seemingly no featured artists. Read the tracklist below:

  1. 'Heaven'
  2. 'If You Leave Me'
  3. 'Meltdown'
  4. 'Never Grow Up'
  5. 'The Show'
  6. 'You Could Start A Cult'
  7. 'Save My Life'
  8. 'On A Night Like Tonight'
  9. 'Science'
  10. 'Must Be Love'

Is Niall Horan going on tour?

Niall is going on tour! His tour kicks off in February 2024. His ‘Nice To Meet Ya’ tour was cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions in 2020 but he's ready to perform live again!

Kicking things off in Belfast, Niall will take his show across the world next year.

What festivals is Niall Horan playing at in 2023?

Niall announced at the end of last year that he will be taking on festivals in 2023 – aren't we lucky?

At the time of writing, the 29-year-old star has 9 festival appearances lined up for summer, some of the first to be announced were the Isle of Wight Festival and TRNSMT and we can't wait to hear Niall take new material to the stage!

What has Niall Horan said about his third album?

Towards the end of 2022, Niall told his following about his plans for the year ahead: "I’ve got new music coming in the new year that I’m really, really proud of. I appreciate you being so patient with me while I’ve done it.”

Fans have been eagerly awaiting the pop star's return to music, with speculation surrounding a potential third solo album being prominent for quite some time. The singer finally put these rumours to rest in the best way, announcing: "I have a whole new album too."

The last release Niall treated us to was his 2021 summer bop 'Our Song' in collaboration with none other than Anne Marie', so we've been waiting a while now for some new tunes!

His first solo record came in 2017 when he released 'Flicker', followed by his sophomore album 'Heartbreak Weather' three years later – and now we're getting NH3 in 2023!

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