About to release his third full-length solo album, Niall Horan – quite probably the nicest man in pop, dontcha know – wants us all to join Team Lovers.
Words: Jessica Goodman.
Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
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Singer. Songwriter. Musician. Model. Manager. Mentor. Golf player. Candlemaker. At this point, it seems like there’s very little Niall Horan can’t do.
“I could probably talk about The White House, couldn’t I?” he grins. Sitting down for a chat on an unexpectedly snowy day in north London, Niall is all smiles and excitement. “I got invited to the White House to perform on St Patrick’s Day,” he beams disbelievingly. “I don’t even know what to think or say, but that’s what I’m doing next week.”
About to release his third album as a solo artist, he’s come a long way from being the boy who’d get kicked out of geography class for singing traditional Irish songs at the back of the room. After achieving success in one of the best-selling boy bands of all time, Niall has since earned worldwide acclaim singing songs about love, lust, and heartbreak, becoming one of pop music’s most beloved comfort characte…