One Direction were given a rapturous welcome by fans as they headlined the fourth night of the Apple Music Festival in London

The kid band opened their set with Steal My Girl before a stuffed crowd at the Roundhouse in Camden.
Liam Payne said: "It's astounding to be here. Much thanks to you such a great amount for descending here to see us. It's the first occasion when we have played in London for a long time."

The band, why should due take a rest for no less than a year from March, prior declared the title and discharge date of their new collection in a feature message.

Made In The A.M will be discharged on November 13.

It takes after the enormous achievement of Drag Me Down - the first single discharged from the collection - which bested the UK Singles Chart, moved to third spot in the Billboard Chart in the US and broke spilling records all around.

The band's set included tunes from their four past collections.

Fans who had stayed outdoors outside for 24 hours to get their hands on unclaimed tickets were expressed gratitude toward by the band.

Payne said: "You all truly are the best fans on the planet and those of you who aren't fans will be.

"It has been a stunning five years - thank you to such an extent."

One gathering of people part, named Chloe, had a birthday treat when Harry Styles recognized her flag.

He and his bandmates drove the 2,000-solid group in singing Happy Birthday to her.

Fans joined in as they played some of their greatest hits including Story of My Life, What Makes You Beautiful and Drag Me Down. The band shut their hour-long set with Best Song Ever.

As they cleared out the stage, Payne said: "Thank you such a great amount for having us. We adore you folks, bless your heart."

Monica Sabourin, a Canadian who lives in London, said the band was pretty much as great without Zayn Malik who left not long ago.

"I think they are great as a foursome, they are better as a four - I considered them to be five," she said.

Style creator Stella McCartney and Jake Roche of kid band Rixton were among superstars who went to the gig.
Roche is locked in to Jesy Nelson of Little Mix who were One Direction's bolster demonstration.

Taking after their appearance at the Apple occasion - the rebranded iTunes Festival - One Direction will play six dates at the O2 stadium in London and in addition appears in Newcastle, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, Dublin, Belfast and Sheffield.

Canadian star The Weeknd will play at the Apple occasion at the Camden Roundhouse today evening time.

American artist Selena Gomez and models Suki Waterhouse and Bella Hadid were among the big names in the group of onlookers.

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