Niall Horan has actually penned a love ballad about what it’s like to attempt and start a romance in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Irish artist is holed up in London seeing out the crisis, having actually been required to cancel his world trip due to lockdown limitations restricting big events in countries throughout the world.
Nevertheless, Niall’s not losing the enforced time as he’s been practicing his baking and penning brand-new hits, consisting of a social distancing love song that takes motivation from the Plain White T’s Hey There Delilah, a ballad that informs the story of an long-distance romance.
“I’m in London in my apartment, cooking – I’m making a Victoria sponge right now – and writing a lot: two songs yesterday,” the One Instructions alumni informed The Guardian. “I had to cancel my tour, so I might as well go on the hunt for a big song. I started writing a Hey There Delilah-type one about when this is all over, called, well, When This Is All Over, and I was also writing about the idea of meeting someone without actually meeting them, and getting to know them because of this crisis.”
Niall, who is single after a split from Hailee Steinfeld, confessed that there are in fact advantages to dating from afar.
“It’s an odd one: it’s actually a good way to get to know someone,” headded “Usually, say you went to a bar for a date, you’re probably drunk after five drinks and you forget everything you’ve learned about them. Now, you actually have time to ask questions. There’s no romances as of yet, but I wouldn’t mind if they started to blossom.”