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Niall Horan Releases New Single Nice To Meet Ya

Friday, 04 October 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Niall Horan has shared a new song.

Nice To Meet Ya marks his first new song in a year and finds the former One Direction member working with longtime collaborator Julian Bunetta plus Tobias Jesso Jr. and Ruth-Anne Cunningham.

The indie-rock track is an energetic number, with Horan choosing electric guitars over slow, folk-pop acoustics previously showcased on 2017's 'Flicker'. He said:

"It's been nearly two years since I released 'Flicker' and I can’t wait to get going again. Writing Nice To Meet Ya, in particular, was a special one for me and I’m so excited to finally share it with everyone."

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