Niall Horan just released his new single “Nice to Meet Ya” today (Oct. 4) which is his first new music since his “Seeing Blind” collaboration with Maren Morris in 2018. Horan teased the song on Twitter earlier this week saying “After nearly 2 years since ‘Flicker‘ i’m ready to go. My new single #NiceToMeetYa is out October 4th. Pre-save now.” This song is said to be the first from Horan’s upcoming efforts.

Horan gave the fans the lyrics prior to the release of the song to get fans to create their own versions of what they think the song will sound like and the responses are all pretty accurate it seems.  The song is produced by Julian Bunetta, and co-written by Horan, Bunetta, Tobias Jesso Jr., and RuthAnne, who worked with Niall on most of his debut, including his smash hit “Slow Hands.”

The “Nice To Meet Ya” release comes just about two years after the release of his debut album, Flicker, which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 charts. Horan sounds very confident in this new song which you can listen to below.

Listen to the new single “Nice To Meet Ya” below:

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