They haven’t even released their third album "Midnight Memories", One Direction are already gearing up for the recording of their fourth album.
To fulfill the contract with record label Syco, the boyband will travel with a mobile studio during the world tour of 2014.
"The band will travel with a fully equipped studio during the shows, "revealed by The Sun." Because of concerts around the world, they will not have enough time to write, so this is the best way to produce the fourth album. Which will cost a lot of money, but considering how much they are cashing in on the tour, they can afford. "
The informant also revealed that they are all excited. "The boys are writing more and more on their own, so this will allow them to develop as songwriters."
The quintet has recently signed a new record deal with Simon Cowell, worth an estimated £ 10 million for three new albums: two studio and a hits collection.
The third album from One Direction, "Midnight Memories", will hit stores on November 25.