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One Direction Reveal Cover Art and Release Date of 'Take Me Home'

August 31, 2012 (9:13 am) GMT
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' hitmakers give their fans an early treat for Christmas by releasing their sophomore album on November 13.

After 's recent revelation regarding the working title of 's upcoming album, the group unveil the cover art of their CD "". At the same time, they announce the exact day their fans can get hold of the album.

The artwork features the fine-looking members fooling around the phone booth. Depicting the happy and free boys, the photo gives 60's vibes without necessarily being vintage. The sophomore album will be available for purchase on November 13 under Syco/Sony Music.

Fans can start pre-ordering the album on September 3 and then grab copies of the first single "Live While We Are Young" beginning October 1. Before the song hits the market, it reportedly has already become one of the highest pre-orders at all time.

The single was written by Savan Kotecha, Rami Yacoub and Carl Falk. They're the same people who worked with 1D in their first album which includes the smash hits "One Thing" and "What Makes You Beautiful".

While waiting for their fresh music to come out, One Direction will perform at the MTV Video Music Awards on September 6. They will take the stage with top music contenders like , , , and many more.

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