One Direction extend their winning streak, with echoes of the 1970s and 1980s

Posted on Tuesday, February 3, 2015

One Direction is undoubtedly the world’s most popular, appreciated and greatest pop band in the planet since three years already. Although according to the experts, the prolonged existence of this group doesn’t make them Allman Brothers yet it’s not an ordinary thing for a bunch of young runners-up guys of the x-factor show coming together and forming a band that is second to none in the era. In fact it is a pretty impressive fact. If any of the One Direction guys see dreams of going solo or coming up as an actor or a fashion model, it wouldn’t be a good idea.

Any of these guys has not yet shown an interest in a solo career in music or in the fashion industry yet since they are already busy enjoying the pinnacle of glory. The upcoming album of this great pop music group comprises splashy eighties pop rock and seventies flavors more than the contemporary style music. The young dynamic guys have produced some magnificent music lately which included “Where do broken hearts go”, “Spaces”, “Girl Almighty”, “Queen of Hearts” and many more. These singles come inspired from the music of early seventies and eighties. The

As ever, the vocals are divvied up in ways that highlight the similarities of these singers with the early classic pop legends. In an interview with the Rolling Stone Magazine, the guys said that before this idea came into their minds, they were quite unsure of the results; however they experimented and adopted 70s and 80s style for just one album in order to bring about something new and fresh for their fans around the world. The experiment turned out wonderful and they have received enormous appreciation from their fans around the world.