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Bloom — Part IV — Spring

REQUEST: Can u write a fan fic about the girl owning a flower shop and Harry coming in to get flowers for someone else but then they fall in love because love is beautiful like a flower


AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is the final part of this story! I may add an epilogue afterwards, but this will be the last weekly update. Thank you all so much for the feedback and the support that this story has received—this one holds a special place in my heart. I hope that you enjoy! x

Bloom: Part I // Bloom: Part II //Bloom: Part III //



The day had arrived.

Harry had been talking about it for weeks and weeks—he’d had such a good time writing his first album in isolation, that he decided to do the same thing for his second album. He was heading off to a remote island off of the coast of South America, and he had booked out studio time for two whole months.

The two of them spent hours together talking about his travel plans and getting him a head start on the writing process. He would spent days sitting at the counter of her little store—he would even occasionally ring in the customers, teasing her about how he deserves to be on the payroll. For the most part he sat and played the guitar, or brought her fun things that he’d purchased to take with him.

She did her best to distract herself from the fact that her best friend in the world was leaving.

It had been almost a year since Harry walked into her flower store that first night, and now she couldn’t imagine her life without him. She understood why she wouldn’t be able to have any contact with him during his writing process—he needed to focus on his music, and she respected that entirely. But it would be the hardest two months of her life, because Harry was her favorite person in the world.

And because she was in love with him.

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On this day in music history: June 1, 1967 - “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, the eighth studio album by The Beatles is released. Produced by George Martin, it is recorded at Abbey Road Studios and Regent Sound Studios in London from December 6, 1966 - April 21, 1967. Following the innovative and successful “Revolver”, The Beatles further push the boundaries of popular music, with the aid of producer Martin, employing the use outside musicians, and various advanced studio techniques to augment their sound. Mid way through the sessions, Paul McCartney comes up with the concept of The Beatles taking on the guise of “Sgt. Pepper” as being an alter ego for themselves, giving them more freedom to be experimental musically and visually. The recording takes over 400 hours of studio time to complete. The albums iconic cover art is designed by artists Peter Blake and Jann Haworth (photographed by Michael Cooper) features The Beatles dressed in military style uniforms backed by a collage of life sized cardboard cutouts of famous people. Original LP pressings come with a custom psychedelic inner sleeve designed and painted by Dutch design collective The Fool (Simon Posthuma and Marijke Koger). It is released to unanimous praise, and regarded as one of the most influential albums of all time. “Pepper” is nominated for seven Grammy Awards, winning four including Album Of The Year in 1968. First released on CD in 1987 to coincide with the twentieth anniversary, it is remastered and reissued on CD in 2009. The mono version, regarded by many including The Beatles themselves to be the superior mix, is finally released on CD in 2009. The stereo version is remastered and reissued on 180 gram vinyl in 2012, with the mono version following in 2014. Both vinyl releases replicate the original UK LP packaging. For its fiftieth anniversary, it receives new stereo and 5.1 surround remixes, reconstructing the multi-tracks digitally from the session work tapes stored in the Abbey Road tape archive. As the four track masters were composited from previous submasters, many songs required as many as four tape to tape pre-mixdowns before the final mixes were made. As a result of the multiple bounces, the clarity and presence of many overdubs were diminished, particularly the drum tracks. The new stereo, DTS and Dolby Digital 5.1 surround remixes by Giles Martin, reveal a fuller and more natural balance in stereo, rather than the hard left/right panning of the original stereo mixes. “Pepper” is reissued on May 26, 2017 in three configurations, as a two CD, double vinyl and a four CD + DVD and Blu-ray deluxe edition box set. “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” spends fifteen weeks at number one on the Billboard Top 200, is certified 11x Platinum in the US by the RIAA, is inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 1993, and is selected for preservation by the National Recording Registry Of The Library Of Congress in 2003.

Danny Jones is the cover star of Candid Magazine Issue 15

Danny Jones makes up a quarter of one of the biggest boy bands ever: McFly. They have released five studio albums, and their Anthology Tour last year was completely sold out.

“Taking a sidestep from music, Danny appears on-screen as one of three coaches (with will.i.am and Pixie Lott) on ITV’s The Voice Kids. In the new issue, Danny talks about his latest venture and what it’s been like to be in one of Britain’s most-renowned bands since he was a teenager. He defines what modern luxury means to him – and it’s not what you would think; he also let’s us in on what the worst parts of his job are and dishes out his top tips for a weekend in the City of Angels.”

photographed by Darren Black

STUDY MUSIC MASTERPOST

CLASSICAL/PIANO

MOVIE/SHOW SOUNDTRACKS

INDIE

KPOP

OTHER(FOCUS MUSIC)

Kira Roessler, bassist for Black Flag, backstage.

From her wikipedia page:

“While sitting in with L.A. punk group DC3, members of Black Flag heard her playing, which led to her being asked to join Black Flag to replace founding member Chuck Dukowski. Roessler was majoring in applied engineering at UCLA, and Black Flag’s subsequent tours were worked around her school schedule, which was a condition for her to join the band. Her bass playing was featured on five of Black Flag’s studio albums. She remained in the band until completing touring behind their album In My Head in the autumn of 1985, then graduated UCLA in 1986.”

Badass.

contrarian-marion  asked:

“You really are good at this, do you know that? Quite exceptional, really.” [[ def in childlike wonderment over his music]]

                A heartfelt compliment from Marion was the last thing Benji expected. He finally convinced her to come over for a recording session at his ‘studio’ (really, a spare bedroom filled with equipment and instruments). Before recording, he decided to give her a little taste of the album’s completed tracks – setting her up with studio quality headphones. 

But when she spoke, he could have fallen out of his chair. He glowed with appreciation and gratitude, his cheeks burning almost as red as his hair. He couldn’t find his voice. Why couldn’t he speak? “Ah – wow. I, uh.” He pressed his palm to the back of his neck and laughed awkwardly. A wide grin lit up his eyes. “C’mon! Don’t make things weird!”

[NEWS] BTS Soar to New Heights With 'Blood Sweat & Tears'

2016 has been a big year for BTS already. The Korean septet headlined major events on both U.S. coasts, released a bevy of new music in Korea and Japan,became the first K-pop group to receive their own Twitter emoji, saw artistic growth from individual members, and have continued to boost K-pop’s popularity around the globe. Now their newest single, “Blood Sweat & Tears,” introduces BTS’ most mature and versatile sound to come out of the group since their debut in 2013.

Released on Sunday (Monday in South Korea), “Blood Sweat & Tears” is the lead song from the group’s Wings album. Known initially as a youthful boy band with aggressive songs about empowerment, BTS began shifting gears earlier this year and the new single picks up where May’s tropical trap hybrid “Save Me” left off.

Featuring ethereal vocals and whirring, tropical house melodies resting upon pounding beats, “Blood Sweat & Tears” maintains BTS’ bombastic style even while shifting away from hip-hop and toward a more mainstream, Major Lazer-esque sound. The group’s rappers – Rap Monster, Suga and J-Hope – co-wrote the song and have their chance to shine, but it’s BTS’ vocalists, Jimin in particular with his high notes, who bask in the spotlight in this game-changing single as they match their tones with the intense musical shifts.

The complexity of “Blood Sweat & Tears” comes from the multiple sonic elements layered atop of one another: gentle chimes, echoing sirens and synths, rhythmic claps and more all sit beneath the song’s forefront to create audible depth. The song’s chorus, cumulating in a two-word chant, is almost banal in comparison to the rest of the song’s production, but provides “Blood Sweat & Tears” with a steady hook upon which each verse builds up to.

“Blood Sweat & Tears” was released alongside a haunting music video that explores ideas of fate, reality, life and death, and falling from grace. The six-minute clip features the BTS members roaming through an echoing hall filled with classic sculptures and weeping angels and, alternatively, kept in dark spaces, tied up and trapped. Intermixed into the more classical imagery are bright, jarring sets and references to the afterlife, such as shrouds and veils. The video also featured an interruption to the song that does not appear on the album version of ”Blood Sweat & Tears,” featuring Rap Monster reciting from a passage of Hermann Hesse’sDemian, which acted as the the inspiration for the video’s concept.

Less than 2 days after being uploaded to YouTube, the music video was viewed more than 7 million times.

Wings is BTS’s second Korean studio album, and the first Korean album since the completion of BTS’s impressive Most Beautiful Moment In Life trilogy. (They released their second Japanese album Youth in September.) In addition to “Blood Sweat & Tears,” most of the songs on Wings were co-written by BTS members, with all members aside from Jungkook receiving production credit on the 15-track album.

Shortly after its release, Wings went to the top of the iTunes album chart, shifting Solange’s A Seat at the Table out of the number one slot, and is a contender to surpass the group’s previous rankings on various Billboard charts.

© billboard

NU'EST To Have Daily V Time With Individual Members, Starting With Baekho

Screencap of Baekho during NU’EST V Time

As the time draws near for NU'EST’s comeback with CANVAS on the 29th, the group will be holding a daily NU'EST V Time corner with the individual members, starting of with Baekho earlier this afternoon.

In the recording studio where they completed the 5th mini album CANVAS, the member also had a very special guest, mentor and fellow producer Kye Bumzu, as they briefly talked about CANVAS and answered fan queries. After much amusement about the coincidence of wearing ‘couple caps’, the duo proceeded to share some interesting events that took place while preparing the album, including the time they kidnapped Minhyun out of Seoul to Paju(?) to break his organized daily schedule.

In terms of the song production, Bumzu mentioned that as it’s done in a ’let’s have fun while doing it’ tone, the productions are conceived through assembling along the way. Baekho states that as he was very satisfied with their last album, Q is., he had some worries as to how this album would turn out, but because they did with a mindset to enjoy as they create, he felt it’d bring about good results.

Screencap of Bumzu and Baekho during NU’EST V Time

Bumzu elaborated that as the members are more actively participating in the production, following the lines of ’what messages do NU'EST want to send’ and ’what are the images they each want to show’, this album will show a more honest, natural side of them.

Rewinding back to their last comeback and title, OVERCOME, Baekho shared that the tracklist arrangement (showing L.O.V.E ♥) came to because they were thinking there’s there’s something missing as the album came to completion. In regards to the title, Bumzu excitedly commented that it was a song he’s really satisfied with, and when he first made it, as he thought it was a fit for NU'EST.

They’ve also both shared that they enjoyed sauna, recommended Indian cuisine and answered other fun fan comments, including Baekho-Bumzu’s lovestagram, revealed more on their cycling trip, and even how Bumzu voted Minhyun to be the most good-looking member even with Baekho beside him with other people around (cue a flustered, disbelief white tiger).

The 25 minute V Time ended soon enough with promises for more episodes, so stay tuned for more as another member will take the corner tomorrow.

Source: NU’EST V Time - Baekho’s Day

[Soompi] Looking Back: The Best of Super Junior’s Non-Title Tracks | 151110

On November 6th, 2015 legendary boy band Super Junior celebrated their 10th anniversary. Although there are now many K-pop groups popular around the globe, Super Junior has been one of the most influential groups in the industry. From their debut song to their most recent release, the talented group has cranked out one hit after another. Since we already know their greatest hits, let’s celebrate their ten, amazing years in the music industry by looking back at some of the group’s best non-title tracks ever!

Watch VID -> “You Are The One” – 2005

Coming off their debut album “Twins,” this song was recorded when Super Junior had only 12 members. With the original name of “Super Junior 05,” almost all of the members had previous experience in acting, radio, modeling, etc. SM Entertainment chose these members with the intent of raising them to be well-rounded entertainers, not just singers. With time, Super Junior became so successful in various entertainment fields that other companies soon followed suit and began training their artists to be actors and MCs as well. From day one however, the group showed that they weren’t going to be just a dance group, but that they had serious vocal skills as well.

Watch VID ->“Hate U, Love U” – 2007
After the addition of the group’s final member, Cho Kyuhyun, Super Junior dropped the “05″ from their name and released their second studio album. Although the lead track off “Don’t Don” involved an edgier concept, the album and subsequent repackage were actually full of a variety of genres, including multiple ballads. Most of these slower songs like “Marry U” and “Hate U, Love U” became fan favorites and are still performed at their concerts today.

Watch VID -> “Heartquake” – 2009

Super Junior’s third studio album “Sorry, Sorry” proved to be the release which launched the group to international stardom, bringing them both critical and commercial success. It also proved to be an important hit for K-pop as well, going viral and therefore setting the stage for other artists to follow. Although the lead track featured an upbeat tempo and easy-to-follow lyrics, the group also found success with the non-title tracks which leaned towards contemporary dance and R&B sounds. Super Junior went on to win their first Grand Prize Award (Disk Daesang) at the 2009 Golden Disk Awards.

Watch VID -> “Shake It Up” – 2010
Although Super Junior soon experienced major changes with the departure of two members, their next album became an even bigger success, selling even more copies than they had of “Sorry, Sorry.” SM Entertainment said that “Bonamana,” the group’s fourth studio album, was the “completion of the SJ Funky genre” and that the group would continue to pursue this genre for their future recordings. The title track was another huge hit, staying at the No. 1 position on one music chart for an astonishing 61 consecutive weeks! Similar to their past releases though, they enjoyed playing with a variety of genres on non-title tracks. They ranged from  beautiful ballads such as “Coagulation” to fun, medium tempo pop songs like “Shake It Up.”

Watch VID -> “Superman” – 2011

“Mr. Simple,” Super Junior’s fifth studio album, was released in 2011 and went on to become their best-selling album of all-time. Their previous hit “Bonamana” was still holding the No. 1 position on several charts, so with the release of “Mr. Simple,” they soon pushed their own album to second place as they ranked No. 1 yet again. The album went on to win Album of the Year at the Seoul Music Awards and Mnet Asian Music Awards, as well as the Popularity Award, MSN Japan Award and their second Grand Prize award at the 26th Golden Disk Awards in Japan. Perhaps the most memorable non-title track from the album, “Superman” and its lyrics became something of a theme song for Super Junior.

Watch VID -> “Rockstar” – 2012
The next year, Super Junior released their sixth studio album entitled “Sexy, Free & Single.” The lead track featured a dance routine by Devin Jamieson, a choreographer who has worked with Michael Jackson and Britney Spears. The song and music video once more brought them great commercial success, with the video reaching 1 million views in less than 12 hours. Although there are several great non-title tracks on this album, the one most popular with fans is “Rockstar,” due in part to their lively performances of this song at concerts. This album also went on to win Album of the Year at the Mnet Asian Music Awards and the Grand Prize at the Golden Disk Awards, making them the only SM group to ever win three prestigious Grand Prize Awards from the Golden Disk Awards. This also means they are tied for the most Grand Prize Awards ever won, alongside legendary singers Jo Sung Mo and Kim Gun Mo.

Watch VID ->“Shirt” – 2014
After a long-awaited comeback, Super Junior released their seventh studio album “Mamacita” in the fall of 2014. Perhaps as a response to their huge popularity in Latin and South American countries (where they were also the first K-pop artists to perform in many of those countries), the lead track and album  presented a very Latin-influenced concept. The music video, complete with bandits, bull-fighters, sheriffs, and more, presented Super Junior’s off-beat humor and adorable, dorky ways for which fans love them. With only three days of sales, the album took the No. 1 position on Billboard’s World Albums Chart. Billboard, among many others, released articles praising the album’s various musical styles and predicting it would take home Album of the Year. It went on to become the best-selling full album of 2014, out-selling their competitors by far.

Watch VID ->“Alright” – 2015
In honor of Super Junior’s 10th Anniversary, the group released a special album entitled “Devil.” In this album and subsequent repackage, all of Super Junior’s sub-units (with the exception of Super Junior- H) participated as well. Although my personal favorite non-title tracks are “Love At First Sight” and “You Got It,” I chose to highlight a song that shows exactly what has made Super Junior so popular throughout the years.

They are extremely talented artists, they have released one amazing song after another, they are very hard workers, and they truly love each other and work well together. As a result, they have wracked up an astonishing 176 Music Awards and 57 music show wins! However, part of their greatest secret for success lies in their genuine humility as artists and their sincere gratitude towards their fans. Numerous times they have stated that they feel so undeserving of the love and support from fans and often become so overwhelmed with gratitude onstage that they can’t hold back their tears. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, watch the video below to see what most fans lovingly refer to as “typical SJ” behavior. Without a doubt, there is a special bond between Super Junior and their fans.

Whether it was as a rookie group winning the Best Newcomer Award back in 2005 or as legendary K-pop artists becoming the first Koreans to win a Teen Choice Award in 2015, these amazingly talented (and insanely gorgeous) guys have become one of the most influential and best-selling K-pop artists of all times. When their hit songs like “Sorry, Sorry” went viral, it helped to usher in the era of the Hallyu Wave around the globe.  It is because of artists like Super Junior, TVXQ, H.O.T and others that junior groups can now achieve international fame with much more ease. With the advent of hit songs like “Mr. Simple” and “Bonamana,” the doors opened up beyond Asia, and K-pop officially became the international craze that we know and love today.

We hope you enjoyed this look back at Super Junior’s career as we highlighted some of their best non-title tracks! What was your favorite Super Junior era? Were there other non-title tracks that should have been listed here instead? Have you ever seen Super Junior live? Did they perform any of these songs? Let us know in the comment section below!

lee1086 is a Soompi writer who admits her extremely biased opinion when it comes to Suju. If you’re ever curious (and in the mood for a super long story), ask her why she credits them with saving her life! Apart from her overboard love of Suju however, she is also a fan of 3rd Wave Music, BIGBANG, EXO, SHINEE, BTS, and more. When she is not watching the latest K-Drama or obsessing over the perfection of Lee Donghae, she is busy at church or hanging out with her family and friends.

#938: You wake up in a different position you fell asleep in.
  • Louis: Sometime during the night he would toss and turn with vivid dreams that almost seemed too real for him to get back to sleep. He would uncomfortably dislocate himself from your arms and trudge downstairs to grab a snack, and would sometimes stay down there until his heartbeat slowed down, which could have taken hours. You were always very aware of this and could even wake yourself up when it happened, noticing the cold sheets next to you. Then there were mornings when he would be there again, wrapped around you and breathing peacefully. "Come on, Lou," you would mutter while he still slept, raking your fingers through his long hair and kissing his forehead until tears blurred your vision, "Tell me what's on your mind late at night. Tell me what's wrong." But he would never hear your words, and would only keep sleeping till noon rolled around, and you would forget that it even happened -- because that's what you two were good at doing.
  • Niall: It's early morning and things are very, very, very different. For starters, your jeans have been discarded to the floor and your legs are as bare as they could be, but they're not cold like they should be... they're warm and intertwined with another pair. And your arms, they're not wrapped around yourself or holding yourself together... they're connected around another body. And your mascara, the tears on your face, are dried. And your head is rested on a chest that does not belong to your busty roommate, and instead belongs to him. He is tracing patterns on your back with one hand, the other carding through your tangled hair, and he must be unaware that you are awake. But he's watching the television with unblinking eyes, breathing in softly, always touching you and not once moving his hand. You're aware that he had come in the middle of the night to make sure you were okay, and found out you weren't, so he laid here with you until morning and not once did he leave.
  • Liam: Over the past month, he had been coming home late -- either highly inebriated (not that you minded too much) or strung up from a busy night at the studio recording the next album -- and had been completely unaware of what that was doing to you and your sleep schedule. Sometimes you would get so close to staying awake for him only to fall flat upon the last hour, and sometimes you just wouldn't try at all and trudge your way upstairs well before eight o'clock. There were times like this, however, when you were much too comfortable on the couch to move, and he would have to move you instead, if he was sober, of course; his arms would slip underneath you after he toed the T.V. off button. He would climb every stair without losing control of you once, the muscles in his arms bulging, and not once would he wake you either. He didn't stop moving until you were asleep and tucked under the covers, and you would always wake up to breakfast.
  • Zayn: When you fell asleep, you were barely touching him. It was something you had been doing since you were kids -- falling asleep in the same bed together after midnight, candies scattered along the floor and movies paused on the T.V. screen, sometimes comic books laying on top of his stomach or atop your slumbering head. Yes, of course, it had gotten weird by the time both of you had hit puberty since he was growing in unmentionable ways and you were moody almost all the time; but it still happened and you always found yourself migrating to his side in the middle of the night, though never really touching in any intimate way. There comes one night though, when he crawls into your dorm room well past dark and squeezes himself onto your twin bed, and both of you know very well the atmosphere feels different some how. You wake up the next morning molded into his side, tucked under his arm, his legs intertwined with yours and his lips right below your collarbone.
  • Harry: The last thing you noticed before you fell asleep consisted of one thing and one thing only -- he was so impossibly warm wrapped around you like that, his legs curled up beneath your backside, supporting you, holding you still on top of the sheets. He was the best spooner, equipped with long legs and big hands that could fold over your stomach and warm every cold inch of skin you possessed. He would murmur silly things in his sleep, or his breath would simply just move away tendrils of hair from your neck, and his red lips would ghost over your spine sometimes. And then you wake up one cold morning to find your head rested against his back, your positions completely opposite than before. His muscles were lucid and he was sighing peacefully when you peaked over his shoulder to kiss his cheek softly, holding him against you. It goes to show what he is all about; he's big, and he's protective, and he's strong -- but sometimes he just needs to know you're there.
BTS Soar to New Heights With 'Blood Sweat & Tears': Listen

2016 has been a big year for BTS already. The Korean septet headlined major events on both U.S. coasts, released a bevy of new music in Korea and Japan, became the first K-pop group to receive their own Twitter emoji, saw artistic growth from individual members, and have continued to boost K-pop’s popularity around the globe. Now their newest single, “Blood Sweat & Tears,” introduces BTS’ most mature and versatile sound to come out of the group since their debut in 2013.

Released on Sunday (Monday in South Korea), “Blood Sweat & Tears” is the lead song from the group’s Wings album. Known initially as a youthful boy band with aggressive songs about empowerment, BTS began shifting gears earlier this year and the new single picks up where May’s tropical trap hybrid “Save Me” left off.

Featuring ethereal vocals and whirring, tropical house melodies resting upon pounding beats, “Blood Sweat & Tears” maintains BTS’ bombastic style even while shifting away from hip-hop and toward a more mainstream, Major Lazer-esque sound. The group’s rappers – Rap Monster, Suga and J-Hope – co-wrote the song and have their chance to shine, but it’s BTS’ vocalists, Jimin in particular with his high notes, who bask in the spotlight in this game-changing single as they match their tones with the intense musical shifts.

The complexity of “Blood Sweat & Tears” comes from the multiple sonic elements layered atop of one another: gentle chimes, echoing sirens and synths, rhythmic claps and more all sit beneath the song’s forefront to create audible depth. The song’s chorus, cumulating in a two-word chant, is almost banal in comparison to the rest of the song’s production, but provides “Blood Sweat & Tears” with a steady hook upon which each verse builds up to.

“Blood Sweat & Tears” was released alongside a haunting music video that explores ideas of fate, reality, life and death, and falling from grace. The six-minute clip features the BTS members roaming through an echoing hall filled with classic sculptures and weeping angels and, alternatively, kept in dark spaces, tied up and trapped. Intermixed into the more classical imagery are bright, jarring sets and references to the afterlife, such as shrouds and veils. The video also featured an interruption to the song that does not appear on the album version of ”Blood Sweat & Tears,” featuring Rap Monster reciting from a passage of Hermann Hesse’s Demian, which acted as the the inspiration for the video’s concept.

Less than 2 days after being uploaded to YouTube, the music video was viewed more than 7 million times.

Wings is BTS’s second Korean studio album, and the first Korean album since the completion of BTS’s impressive Most Beautiful Moment In Life trilogy. (They released their second Japanese album Youth in September.) In addition to “Blood Sweat & Tears,” most of the songs on Wings were co-written by BTS members, with all members aside from Jungkook receiving production credit on the 15-track album.

Shortly after its release, Wings went to the top of the iTunes album chart, shifting Solange’s A Seat at the Table out of the number one slot, and is a contender to surpass the group’s previous rankings on various Billboard charts.

cr: Billboard

As a member of the world’s biggest boyband, Liam Payne is the subject of crushes all over the world. But he is devoted to his beautiful girlfriend Sophia Smith and the pair put on a tactile display at the Great Gatsby Charity Ball in London on Thursday. 

 Liam, 21, only had eyes for Sophia, who looked stunning in a sheer, blush pink dress while he opted for a light blue suit. She wore her long brown hair swept over one shoulder and chose dramatic eye make-up and pink lipstick. Meanwhile, Liam grabbed attention with his bright blue suit, grey shoes and a white shirt with no tie. 

 Payne is currently on a break from the On The Road Again world tour and he and his bandmates have returned to London to work on their fifth album. The couple cuddled up to each other as they posed for pictures while lending their support to the event, held on behalf of the cancer charity Trekstock. 

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