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One Direction "Night Changes" Review: "Steal My Girl" Follow Up Gets Contemplative Ahead of 'FOUR' Release [LISTEN]

 

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One Direction is contemplating how the "Night Changes" in its new single from its upcoming album FOUR. Today (Nov. 14), 1D released its follow up to "Steal My Girl" in anticipation of its new album release date on Monday, and the boys are getting slow and complicated.

Lyrically, "Night Changes" takes a deeper look at the "you only live once" theme seen in previous singles, such as "Live While We're Young" and "Best Song Ever." As a couple emerges from childhood to adulthood, One Direction think about seizing time while you have it and gaining love along the way.

"We're only getting older, baby / And I've been thinking about you lately / Does it ever drive you crazy / Just how fast the night changes? / Everything you've ever dreamed of / Disappears when you wake up / But there's nothing to be afraid of / Even when the night changes / It will never change me and you," the boys sing in the poignant chorus.

The contemplative lyrics, penned by One Direction members Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson, shows maturity and growth in the once perpetually lighthearted boy band. The rich harmonies in the chorus, backed by rounds of "Oohs" give the song added depth and a big contemplative feel.

Listen to One Direction's new single "Night Changes" below:

"Night Changes" is the second official single from One Direction's new album FOUR, which will be released on Monday, Nov. 17. It follows the radio promotion of the lead single "Steal My Girl." The track is also just the latest song to be released to fans who pre-ordered FOUR. Over the last week, 1D has also dropped "Steal My Girl," "Ready to Run," "Where Do Broken Hearts Go," "18," "Girl Almighty" and "Fool's Gold."

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