Niall Horan Teases New Track 'Fire Away' Off Upcoming Album 'Flicker'

The 'Too Much to Ask' singer took to Twitter on Monday, October 16 to tease fans with one of the tracks from his upcoming debut solo album.

AceShowbiz - Niall Horan's debut solo album "Flicker" will be released on Friday, October 20, and the singer decided to give fans a little sneak peek of one of the tracks. On Monday, October 16, the "Too Much to Ask" singer shared on Twitter a 30-second video of him singing "Fire Away".

On the video, Niall is seen singing the lyrics, "Fire Away," in a recording studio. Gentle guitar strums accompany his soft voice, making the whole teaser sounds velvety.

The One Direction member also previously teased the album's title track "Flicker" to fans. The clip, which was posted on Twitter on October 15, shows Niall entering a dark room where he recorded all of "Flicker" tracks. He then begins singing the lyrics of the song, "Then I think of the start/ And it echoes a spark/ And I remember the magic and electricity." He pauses for a while to look into the camera before continuing, "Then I look in my heart."

Watching the teasers, fans couldn't contain their excitement. Many of them left comments such as, "Vocals on point, track on point, album gonna be on point I can already tell," "Cant wait to heart in Niall. We're so so so excited!" and "This one makes me cry every time I listen to it."

Meanwhile, fellow One Direction member Liam Payne showed his support for the Irish singer. He mentioned Niall on Twitter on October 18, saying, "Proud of how far we've come bro! Everyone go out and buy his album Friday!!" Niall then responded, "Indeed! Thank you Payno. Love ya. Go get this man's single also."

Even though his debut solo album has yet to be released, Niall has announced that he would be hitting the road for "Flicker". The tour will start on March 12, 2018 in Dublin and end on March 27 in Brighton. Fans who pre-order the album from official stores can get pre-sale access.

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