Niall Horan has teased the release of his third album with an acoustic song snippet and a new website.
In a new teaser shared on the former One Direction singer’s TikTok, he plays an acoustic snippet of a song before asking: “Something like that?”
“God only knows where this could go / And even if our love starts to grow out of control / And you and me go up in flames / Heaven won’t be the same,” he sings.
The singer has shared several TikToks teasing new music, including one where he’s asked “what are you listening to?”, to which he replies: “My new song, it’s called… I can’t tell you yet.”
A new website has also been launched called ‘NH3 Loading…’ under the URL www.heavenwontbethesame.com which features a window and a flickering blue candle. The website’s source code also reads: “KEEP CHECKING BACK EVERY DAY.”
— Niall Horan Daily (@niallstreams) January 20, 2023
Some fans have also reported receiving teaser boxes with the text ‘Heaven Won’t Be The Same’ along with large N and H letters.
Inside is a blue candle that resembles the one on the website, while a QR code also links to the website. You can check out pictures of the teaser box below.
| The inside of the box has a candle and on the bottom of the box is a QR code that links to Niall Horan’s website!
via swaeverywhere pic.twitter.com/n1Vb5z1Zih
— Niall Horan Daily (@UpdateNHD) January 20, 2023
A recap of what is happening:
A fan received a PR package of the candle with lyrics teasing “Heaven won’t be the same” from UMG.
— Niall Horan Stream Updates (@nhstreamupdates) January 20, 2023
— mehek (@niallwbts) January 20, 2023
Horan’s second solo album ‘Heartbreak Weather’ came out in 2020, described by NME in a three-star review as a “mixed bag, with moments of magic butting up against moments of ‘meh’.”
The pair took to Grafton Street – one of the two main shopping lanes in Dublin’s city centre – yesterday afternoon (August 6), performing a short, unannounced set of acoustic jams with local busker Jacob Koopman.
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