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Release Week Television Highlights Include 60 Minutes Australia this Sunday night, Graham Norton Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live and US TODAY

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Horan Receives American Music Award® Nomination For New Artist Of The Year

“[Flicker] unveils a never-before-seen personal side of Horan” – Rolling Stone

“a portrait of an artist looking straight and honestly into the camera” – The Associated Press

FlickerNiall Horan’s debut solo album, was released today by EMI Music Australia. Available HERE, the album contains 10 original songs, including the multi-platinum-certified hits “This Town” and “Slow Hands” plus Horan’s new single, “Too Much To Ask.” He collaborated with producers Julian Bunetta, Jacquire King and Greg Kurstin to develop the distinctive sound he envisioned for the album.

Horan, who has sold over 70 million records as part of the all-conquering One Direction, will appear on 60 Minutes Australia on Nine, this Sunday night – view trailer HERE. He’ll also star on “The Graham Norton Show” on Network Ten tonight Australian time, pay a return visit to “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and perform on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”, followed by US “TODAY”. He was recently nominated for an American Music Award in the New Artist of the Year category. Voting is underway HERE.

Tickets are on sale now for the Australian leg of Horan’s Flicker World Tour 2018 – visit

Sunday June 3 – Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane

Tuesday June 5 – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney

Thursday June 7 – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne

Country superstar and “Seeing Blind” collaborator Maren Morris will join to support the dates. Visit for the full itinerary. The tour will also see Horan performing to crowds in the US, Europe and South America.

Apple Music’s latest short film, On The Record: Flicker, offers insight into Horan’s creative process and this watershed moment in his career. Available exclusively on Apple Music, it features candid interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from recording sessions and acoustic rehearsals. View trailer HERE

In this featureRolling Stone said, “[Flicker] unveils a never-before-seen personal side of Horan to listeners both new and old.” The Associated Press observed, “‘It’s a mature effort…[from Horan], who had a hand in writing every song and plays guitar on several…You won’t be able to resist ‘Slow Hands,’ a pure hit of foot-stomping breezy pop-folk, or the duet ‘Seeing Blind,’ where he and country star Maren Morris meld their voices beautifully. But much of ‘Flicker’ is airy, dreamy and delicate as it explores love with subtle guitar work, like the achingly beautiful ‘Paper Houses,’ the gorgeous, slightly twangy ‘You and Me’ and the excellent Fleetwood Mac-ish ‘Since We’re Alone.’” People selected Flicker as one of its Picks of the Week, and praised the “lush, contemporary ‘Too Much to Ask’ and ‘pop-country confection ‘Seeing Blind.’”

“This Town,” the album’s first single, has sold more than three million track equivalent units globally and combined streams now surpass 450 million worldwide. The follow-up, “Slow Hands,” went straight to Number One in 44 countries and was named one of the “Best Songs of 2017 So Far” by Billboard“Slow Hands,” which has more than 820 million combined streams worldwide, has been certified 4X Platinum in Australia, Platinum in the U.S. and New Zealand, 3X Platinum in Ireland and Canada and 2X Platinum in The Netherlands.

View video for new single ‘Too Much To Ask’ HERE


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