Niall Horan just released the video to his new single ‘No Judgement’ February 7th after giving fans a little teaser of the track on February 4th via Instagram and Twitter in a post he captioned, “Couldn’t be more excited for this one if I tried,” along with the black-and-white cover art featuring a snippet of the track. It sounds different from previous tracks “Nice To Meet Ya” and “Put A Little Love On Me.” This song is the third track on Niall’s album ‘Heartbreak Weather’. Horan also revealed that its one of his favourite tracks and one of the first tracks he recorded for the album.
On releasing the album title he wrote alongside an Instagram post, “some news I KNOW you lovely people will want to hear. My second album is called ‘Heartbreak weather’ and is out March 13th. I have worked so hard on this album for the last 18 months and I am soooo ready to release it. I had the time of my life making it and when you hear it on March 13th, I hope you’ll be able to hear that in the music. 2020 is going to be a fun year for us, let’s enjoy it to the max. Until then here’s an album cover and an album title “
Talking to a news portal about his upcoming Album Horan said, “When I first began writing this album, I was in a really good place — I was so excited to get down and just write songs, and not worry about what they sounded like afterward. Just write the song and then dress it up however you want afterward — writing good pop songs and not worrying about the content as such. I had days where I sat down and wrote ballads and it was emotional, but for the most part I was having so much fun. I think ‘Nice To Meet Ya’ is a good start, fans can tell we had a lot of fun.”
“I have definitely grown as an artist,” he continued. “When I did his first album Flicker, I had a feeling we had a fan base and that it was going to do okay, but I didn’t think it was going to go on and stream 4 billion times. Seeing an album going No. 1 and people actually attaching themselves to music like you didn’t think they would, it’s a good feeling. You get a bit of confidence off the back of that, and know that people want to hear you. So you go in the studio feeling a little bit more confident about things, and wanting to try out different types of music and experiment.”
Check out the the brand new track No Judgement: