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Niall Horan – On The Loose — Digital High Blog

Of the five original One Direction members, I always felt Niall Horan’s voice, while not the strongest, was the most complete. So it’s a little surprising, given the release of his debut album Flicker last October, that he hasn’t popped up on these pages sooner.

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Niall Horan drops 'On The Loose' lyric video

Niall Horan has shared his new lyric video for his latest single “On The Loose” and he seems to be in an animated mood.

he 24-year-old singer dropped the animated clip on Monday (February 12). 54 more words

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Niall Horan announces 'On The Loose' as new single

Niall Horan has announced that “On The Loose” will be his next single.

The One Direction star took to Twitter to reveal the next single from his debut solo album Flicker, sharing his incredible new art work too. 76 more words

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REVIEW: A Flicker of Light Beckons for Horan

Niall Horan’s debut album has released just in time to fill the Christmas stockings but, as Dylan O’Neill asks, how has he fared breaking away from the electro and dance-pop bubble that surrounded him for his first six years in the music industry. 933 more words

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"Niall Horan - Slow Hands" and Flicker -album review 

Flicker is the solo debut studio album by Irish singer and songwriter Niall Horan. It was released on 20 October 2017, through Neon Haze Music and Capitol records . 173 more words

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Song of the Week: "On the Loose" by Niall Horan

Since making its debut on Friday (October 20) as part of the first solo collection from former One Direction member, Niall Horan, this track is has been on repeat in my head… 184 more words

A response to the 23% of Sciences Po students that “have seriously considered dropping out”

By Alina Yalmanian

It has been nearly a month and a half since integration week started: by now we have become familiar with Reims, we don’t need to ask for directions to our classrooms anymore, we have come to accept and maybe even enjoy the coffee from the cafeteria, but more importantly by now we have come to understand what studying at Sciences Po means: trying not to drown under a huge workload while balancing association duties and social life. 1,064 more words

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