One Direction don't seem to be too bothered that its new album Made in the A.M. shares a release date with Justin Bieber's new, untitled LP. After the "What Do You Mean?" singer shaded the boy band earlier this week on Snapchat, 1D's most outspoken member Louis Tomlinson seemed to respond, boasting his band's success on the same social medium.

Tomlinson posted a Snapchat story of his own on Wednesday night (Sept. 30) after One Direction wrapped up its latest show at London's famed O2 Arena. Mimicking the same format as Bieber's snap (when he boasted, "The face you make when you come out with an album on the same day as Justin Bieber," while looking spooked), Tomlinson bragged about selling out another massive show.

"That face you pull when you're playing the last night at the O2," he says before looking surprised and happy.

One Direction is wrapping up a six-night residency at the O2, having sold out every single night during its On the Road Again Tour.

Both One Direction and Bieber will be releasing their new albums on Friday, Nov. 13. Bieber first announced his new record in late August, though a full title or album artwork has not yet been announced.

Meanwhile, 1D unveiled that its fifth studio album (and last before they go on hiatus) Made in the A.M. would drop on the same date late last month. A tracklist for the album has yet to be revealed, though One Direction has rolled out two new songs, "Drag Me Down" and "Infinity."