Liam Payne is excited to focus on songwriting during One Direction’s hiatus.
The singer with the exceptional bandmates broke fans’ hearts after they announced they’d be having a break in the music industry following your release of their fifth studio album, Made within the AM, that will be available from Friday (13Nov15).
While there has been suggestions which the hiatus could eventually lead to a permanent split, the boys have insisted their act as a band will not be finished.
Liam was joined by bandmates Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Harry Styles for just a performance on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge on Thursday (12Nov15), and the man told host Greg James information about his intentions with the One Direction break, revealing, “Obviously all of us are going to take a break for any bit first and after that consider where we’re in the world.
“Then I just want to create songs. That’s been by far the most fun process with this, excluding touring, the writing with the songs.
“We’re planning to come back, so there’s something to write down for as well, for many people and for other individuals. We haven’t really had time to publish an album. Writing’s really not a job, it’s extremely much fun. We’ve always was required to rush it, so it’s planning to be nice with the next 24 months – I’m planning to write a number of songs and discover what happens.”
The boys are heading in numerous directions in their time apart. While Liam will likely be focusing on writing, Harry is reportedly considering going in the acting field, Niall is searching for success as being a professional golfer and Louis is putting together his own record label.
“We’ll probably form teams and perform bit of writing together then I’ve got the limited imprint thing,” Louis explained. “I’ll more likely trying to find a lot of people to scout up (sign to his record label).
“I’m about to take over the industry of music and Niall’s learning to be a golf pro.”
One Direction performed their tracks Drag Me Down, Perfect, Story of my Life, Town and Infinity within the Live Lounge, and also covering Kanye West, Rihanna, and Paul McCartney’s FourFiveSeconds and Natalie Imbruglia’s Torn.