Niall Horan Premieres Video For ‘Black And White’

Fresh from the success of his latest album ‘Heartbreak Weather’, former X Factor alumnus Niall Horan has premiered the video for his new single ‘Black And White’.

Niall took co-writing duties alongside Julian Bunetta, Teddy Geiger, Alexander Izquierdo and Scott Harris, while the single was additionally produced by Bunetta. ‘Black And White’ is an uptempo pop song about pure love, with Niall stating ‘There’ll never be another, I promise that I’ll love for you the rest of my life”.

Watch the video here:

Niall Horan - Black And White (Official Video)

‘Heartbreak Weather’ recently entered the UK Official Album Chart at No.1, eclipsing his debut album ‘Flicker’ which reached No.3 in 2017. Niall joins fellow One Direction members Harry Styles and Zayn Malik in having UK chart topping albums, making their former band the only act besides The Beatles to have three members all top the album chart as solo artists.

The album also entered at No.1 in both Ireland and Mexico and has already sold 500k in just over a month. Niall’s previous album ‘Flicker’ debuted on the US Billboard Album Chart at No.1.

‘Heartbreak Weather’ includes the  breezy but humid hook-up anthem, ‘No Judgement’, the heartbroken ‘Put A Little Love On Me’, and the man-about-town mania of, ‘Nice to Meet Ya’ – a track that has amassed more than 300 million streams globally. Tapping influences as wide-ranging as Bruce Springsteen, Arctic Monkeys and the Weeknd, Niall recorded the album in Los Angeles, London, and the Bahamas with an all-star team that included Teddy Geiger, Julian Bunetta, Tobias Jesso Jr., Greg Kurstin, Mozella and more.

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