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Heartbreak Weather

Heartbreak Weather

2020 studio album by Niall Horan
Heartbreak Weather is the second studio album by Irish singer Niall Horan, released through Capitol Records on 13 March 2020.Wikipedia
GenrePop/Rock, Contemporary Singer/Songwriter, Pop
Release DateMarch 13, 2020
ArtistNiall Horan
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Tracklist

  • 1Heartbreak WeatherNiall Horan3:20
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  • 2Black and WhiteNiall Horan3:13
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  • 3Dear PatienceNiall Horan3:14
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  • 4Bend the RulesNiall Horan3:54
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  • 5Small TalkNiall Horan3:17
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  • 6Nice to Meet YaNiall Horan2:39
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  • 7Put a Little Love on MeNiall Horan3:44
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  • 8Arms of a StrangerNiall Horan2:40
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  • 9EverywhereNiall Horan2:48
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  • 10Cross Your MindNiall Horan3:48
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  • 11New AngelNiall Horan3:09
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  • 12No JudgementNiall Horan2:56
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  • 13San FranciscoNiall Horan3:12
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  • 14StillNiall Horan4:11
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Heaven
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Hidden Gems
Hidden Gems
2023
Hello Lovers Mix
Hello Lovers Mix
2022
Everywhere (BBC Children in Need)
Everywhere (BBC Children in Need)
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Our Song
Our Song
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Niall's Mix
Niall's Mix
2021
Put a Little Love on Me
Put a Little Love on Me
2019
Nice to Meet Ya
Nice to Meet Ya
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Finally Free
Finally Free
2018
On the Loose
On the Loose
2018
Flicker
Flicker
2017
Too Much to Ask
Too Much to Ask
2017
Slow Hands
Slow Hands
2017
This Town
This Town
2016

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Niall Horan promises to put on a good Show with his 'mature' third album: 'There's no heartbreak on this one'

  • "I think during the pandemic, we lost a little bit of that control we like to have as humans — then that just provoked so many bigger thoughts in my head," says the former One Directioner.
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