One Direction might officially be global superstars, but that doesn't matter. The UK will always be home for the five young studs.
You can tell that's what they were thinking when they shot the cover for their upcoming sophomore album, Take Me Home.
The band officially released the cover art yesterday, after Louis Tomlinson announced the LP’s title on Twitter Wednesday.
For the cover, we see the five members crowding one of London’s famous red telephone booths in London.
As for the title, Niall Horan explained the significance on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show the other day:
"We thought about it for a while because we all would do a lot of travelling around the world and we get to see a lot of cool places, but the main thing is there's no place like home. It's always kind of nice to go home."
Take Me Home is expected to drop on November 13. It will be the second album from the group to release this year, after the success of their debut album, Up All Night.
"Live While We're Young," the album's first single, is expected to be released on October 1st.