It has been over a couple of months since Zayn Malik left One Direction, prompting fans to reminisce by tweeting with the hash-tag "#100DaysSinceZaynLeft".
The four boys left in 1D, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson, have been going on strong, picking up the parts that Zayn originally sang. According to Harry, Liam has been stepping up his game, by singing the high notes which usually went to their former band-mate.
"Liam stepped up to do the high notes. He kicks them in the bollocks every show. He doesn't hold back," Harry revealed to EW.
Although they have had to put in more effort with regards to the singing part, choreography remains the same. "We don't really do much choreography anyway. We kind of just stand on stage. We're still doing that!" says Harry.
The 1D singer also said that the boys have been recording and writing a new album, with each of them working with different writers. He also promises a new identity, which is different from what was established with "Four". It carries a slightly new identity, but I think it's an obvious change from [Four] in a positive way.
One Direction will kick off "2015 Honda Civic Tour Presents On The Road Again Tour" with the concert at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, on Thursday, 9 July. To book the tickets for 1D concert, which will culminate on 12 September with the performance at Gillette Stadium in Boston Massachusetts, visit their website.