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One Direction to record next album while on vacation in Florida


Photo by: One Direction

One Direction in studio
The band - which consists of Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne – are joining forces with their old support group to shake up their image and will be heading to America to do so.
The boys are writing with soft-rockers Boyce Avenue for their second  LP and plan on hanging out on the beach as they make the record at a studio on the East Coast.

Boyce Avenue’s Daniel Manzano claimed that they will invite the X Factor 2010 contestants to their base soon.

The ‘Broken Angel’ singer said: “We’re meeting up to see what they think of some ideas we’ve got for them.
“We’ve got a studio right by the beach, so it’s a cool place for bands to come and write with us.”

However the 31-year-old musician admitted that One Direction may not get the best pick of their tracks.
Daniel and his band members 28-year-old Fabian and 25-year-old Alejandro admitted they sometimes keep their best ideas.

Alejandro told the Daily Star newspaper: “We were meant to write for a singer we won’t name.
“We fell in love with the song ideas ourselves and ended up putting them on our album.”


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