One Direction: Live While We’re Young

One Direction group is all set to release its brand new single ‘Live While We’re Young’ on October 1.

‘Live While We’re Young’ sees the global superstars once again teaming up with songwriters Savan Kotecha, Rami Yacoub & Carl Falk and the result is One Direction.

‘Live While We’re Young’ is pop perfection – an immediate, energy packed song mixing rock undertones with smooth harmonies, about living for the moment, explains Syco/Sony Music.

Earlier, One Direction made history as their debut album Up All Night entered the US Billboard 200 chart at #1 with over 176,000 copies sold. This made chart history as the first British group ever to debut at #1 in the US with their debut album release. (Read: One Direction Goes Up with Up All Night)

The second album is due for release in November 2012 and sees One Direction collaborating with a whole host of writers and producers. As well as reuniting with the likes of Rami Yacoub & Carl Falk and Savan Kotecha (‘One Thing’ & ‘What Makes You Beautiful’), Ed Sheeran and McFly’s Tom Fletcher, the album features input from Dr Luke (Katy Perry ‘Teenage Dream’, Taio Cruz ‘Dynamite’), Shellback (Maroon 5 ‘Moves Like Jagger’) and Toby Gad (Beyonce ‘If I Were A Boy’).

[ Visit the ultimate destination for global tech trends and news – RMN Digital – where technology gets simplified. ]

In Spring 2013 One Direction will begin their World Tour in the UK which includes nine shows at London’s O2 Arena, according to Syco/Sony Music.

Photo courtesy: Sony Music / One Direction

Related posts:


Nokia to Lay Off 4,000 Workers to Cut Costs
Palliative Care Report Card Released to U.S. Congress
Forbes Lists Children International a Top Charity
Denver to Host NCAA Women’s Final Four
Is India’s Prime Minister Really Corrupt?
Michael Bay to Take Novices for Transformers Film
Documentary Releasing on the Benghazi Terrorist Attack
This Old House: Jersey Shore Rebuilds
Pepsi Unveils Its First Fashion Capsule Collection
Save the Children Opens Ebola Treatment Center in Liberia
Custom Content Services