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One Direction: Living it up
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LONDON (AP) - One Direction’s latest single sums it up.
“Live While We’re Young” is the first track off their second album, and the guys are happy to have it as a motto.
The five-member British pop group has been in the limelight since its debut album, “Up All Night,” became a No. 1 worldwide smash earlier this year.
Where they go and with whom is heavily reported on, but they don’t take anything too seriously.
Louis Tomlinson says: “If we go out on a night out and we’re a little bit drunk, it’s not obviously going to be a great picture, but it’s not too bad. The fact is we’re young; everyone who is our age is going out anyway.”
“Live While We’re Young” is out in the U.K. on Sept. 30.
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