Following the highly-anticipated launch of his sophomore album, Heartbreak Weather, Niall Horan dropped by Apple Music’s The Rebecca Judd Show to talk heartbreak, One Direction, musical inspirations and extra.
One enjoyable matter mentioned was potential collaborations. “I might like to work with Post Malone,” Horan admitted to Judd. “Because me and him, after we chat, we all the time chat about our tastes in music and we’ve very comparable tastes. Quite folky and we discuss Dylan and we discuss Fleetwood Mac. I imply, ‘Circles.’ It’s simply a Fleetwood Mac jam, is not it? But with a fashionable Post Malone twist on it. We’ve spoken about possibly attempting to do one thing, however it’s the similar with everybody. Until you are in the similar room, it is not occurring.”
A link-up that appears extra possible is a ballad with tour mate and pal Lewis Capaldi. “Myself and Lewis Capaldi have written collectively a couple of occasions. Two of us, like a ballad,” he defined. “So we have written a couple of tunes earlier than, one which we expect is alright. We by no means actually received round to ending it as a result of he was doing about 95 thousand exhibits final yr. Busiest man on the planet.”
As for his personal music, as made clear by the title of his album, Heartbreak Weather is about being heartbroken, which the crooner was whereas writing. “I’d say [the album is] 90% private,” he mentioned. “Obviously, if you begin writing private songs, typically your story just isn’t adequate on that matter. So you are attempting to narrate it to one thing else that you already know of. But, yeah. I’d say it was all fairly private, actually.”
Listen to the full interview beneath.