Los Angeles, June 26 (IANS) Members of British boyband One Direction say they’ve learnt to “deal” with things that “attack” them all the time and admit they are “stronger” than they’ve ever been.
The “No control” hitmakers — Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson — have had a tough time of late with the exit of their bandmate Zayn Malik, and though they often feel “huge pressure”, they are “stronger than ever”, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“Mentally, more than anything, we’ve grown up — although we are still very immature. We’re learning to deal with different things that attack us every day. Being in this position, there’s obviously huge pressure all the time.
“There’s been a lot of big changes in the band, and we have to grow past those different obstacles. To be honest with you, we’re stronger than ever, which is amazing,” Payne told Teen Vogue magazine.
One new track from the group’s forthcoming new album is named after a girl, and though it doesn’t feature Payne’s girlfriend Sophia Smith, he insisted she doesn’t mind being snubbed.
He said: “I was listening to it with Sophia this morning, actually. One of songs has a different girl’s name in the title, but it’s fine — she didn’t take any offense. We’re just ready to go with it. It’s going to be ace, I promise you that.”