Multiple songs from One Direction’s forthcoming album, Four, have been leaked, and you can listen to them now.
One Direction’s latest record is set to be released in 11 days time. However, someone who had access to them has decided to give eager fans a taster ahead of it hitting shelves.
The tracks that have been released include “No Control,” “Where Do Broken Hearts Go,” and “Fools Gold.” They have been circulating around the internet over the last few hours, and as you can probably imagine, fans from across the world have reacted uproariously to the news.
The full album track listing for the record is “Where Do Broken Hearts Go,” “18,” “Spaces,” “Clouds,” “Girl Almighty,” “Night Changes,” “Stockholm Syndrome,” “No Control,” and “Fools Gold.”
Hollywood Life have reported that “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” is a “sweet catchy tune that’s certainly the perfect summer song for 2015! It is going be one of those anthems just like ‘Story Of My Life’ and ‘Live While We’re Young’.”
Meanwhile, the aforementioned publication went on to state that “No Control” is a track that you can “just go cruising down the highway with the widows down.” “Fools Gold,” on the other hand, has been described as a bona-fide dance song that will have everyone on the floor throwing shapes.
A trailer for Four has also been released on Twitter too. You can check out the clip below.
One Direction FOUR Trailer: http://t.co/EAxrVTHvzC
— Niall Updates (@Niall_Updatess) November 7, 2014
Of course, the first track to have emerged from One Direction’s Four was “Ready to Run.” According to MTV News, this song and album “sees Louis, Zayn, Niall, Liam and Harry sing about realising how much they love their girlfriends, and hurrying to them before it’s too late.”
You can listen to the track and learn the lyrics to the song below.
Meanwhile, the Telegraph has released a hugely positive review for One Direction’s Four. While they insist that it is simple pop music that is “songwriting by numbers,” they also insists that the “numbers add up.”
They even go on to compare the record to Bruce Springsteen, and their reviewer even wrote that the album’s opening track made him “imagine five little English Bruce Springsteens in check shirts, jeans, and T-Shirts, fists aloft, roaring declarations of lusty young love in the back of an open top car driving through the American heartland.” It’s safe to say that he enjoyed it then. One Direction fans are set to follow suit.
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