Harry Styles recently gave an interview with On Air With Ryan Seacrest in which he talked about everything from his single life to his tattoo plans, but he also revealed that One Direction's writing process has changed now that Zayn Malik quit. While Hazza says the creative process is pretty similar, he admits that it's different not writing with his former bandmate in mind!
“It's definitely been fun for us writing to see what's been different, just kind of naturally the creative process was...it’s very similar, to be honest. But it was cool how some of the things came out sounding because obviously there was a lot of parts that kind of used to get written with Zayn in mind, with all of us in mind. It’s great, the new stuff sounds good so far I think? I hope. So we hope that people like it.”
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When asked about the possibility of going solo, he also said that he's not even thinking past their fifth album and their On the Road Again tour. And the rest of the guys in 1D feel the same way!
“We have the album and the tour that we’re working on right now. I think when you have so many goals that you feel like you have yet to achieve, it’s hard to kind of see past those. It’s important to kind of focus on what’s going on and don’t kind of lose track. So we’re all working hard towards the same thing right now, and I don’t think we’re thinking much past that. I think we’re just having a lot of fun and we’re working hard and we’re having a good time.”
He does, however, admit that Directioners will get a sneak peek at some of the band's new stuff on their tour.
“We’ll definitely be dropping some of the new stuff at times. As time goes on, there will be a couple things added to the show," Hazza spilled.
We can't wait for that day! Even though it must be kind of challenging to rework some songs when they had Zayn's gorgeous high notes in mind, we're sure their new music is going to come out great.
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