One Direction have revealed their new album will be called 'Midnight Memories' after making the announcement through a video on their Instagram account.
One Direction's new album will be called 'Midnight Memories'.
The 'Little Things' hitmakers have revealed the name of their new record - the follow-up to last year's 'Take Me Home' - in a video posted on their Instagram account today (06.09.13).
The clip showed Harry Styles rearranging pieces of paper - each with a letter on - to spell out the album's title.
The caption for the video said: ''So did you get it...? 1DHQ x #1DAlbumTitle. (sic)''
The band confirmed the name and release date for their third studio album, and added fans can pre-order it from Monday 9.
They tweeted: ''YES - 1D's 3rd album is MIDNIGHT MEMORIES & is out Nov 25th! AND you can pre-order Mon! 1DHQ x #RememberRememberThe25thNovember. (sic)''
The record will feature their hit single 'Best Song Ever', which recently won the 'Song of the Summer' prize at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Zayn Malik teased fans earlier in the day when he posted a cryptic video which featured the first few seconds of the final clip, showing his band mate starting to move the pieces of paper into place.
Along with the clip, he wrote: ''What is @harry_styles up to? (sic)''
He previously said: ''We obviously love the boys. They're amazing guys. We've got a new track on their album ... I'm glad that they came to us because we can give them good music.''
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