Listen to Niall Horan's Sentimental New Tune 'Too Much To Ask'

Niall Horan Flicker

Niall Horan Flicker

His first solo studio album will be called Flicker.

Horan's soft touch is more consistent with One Direction than the solo music of his two most successful bandmates.

The Mullingar native, who turned 24 on Wednesday, has taken time out his Flicker Sessions tour to release a new single off his upcoming album.

Niall Horan, formerly of the British boy band One Direction, will perform his solo show at 7 p.m. September 7.

Country superstar MAREN MORRIS - collaborator on the song "Seeing Blind" from the new album - will join to support the new dates.

On Thursday night, Horan finally shared on Twitter what most of his fans have been eagerly awaiting: the date for his debut record.

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Horan is now in Tokyo, in the middle of his "Flicker Sessions 2017 Tour", which sold out in minutes.

You can listen to the song below!

Go ahead and pick up a fresh Niall calendar to help you tick off the months.

On Friday, Horan also released "Too Much to Ask", the third single from "Flicker" expected to follow "This Town" and the current hit "Slow Hands" up the charts.

Horan is scheduled to visit other European cities for the rest of his tour.

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