One Direction’s 2014 album “Four” contains the song “Night Changes,” which Zayn Malik surprised fans by posting on Instagram. The song’s music video was released seven years after Malik quit the band to pursue a solo career and made some contentious remarks about his time there. Fans are wondering what this means because Malik has performed a sentimental One Direction song in his most recent social media video for the second time this year.
Malik has stated in the past that he “never really wanted to be in the band” and that he no longer interacts with his former bandmates. However, after spending years as solo artists, devoted Directioners have interpreted these enigmatic films as signs that a comeback is imminent.
One admirer said, “One person quipped, “If I had a nickel for every time Zayn sang a one-direction song in 2022, I’d have two nickels. ZAYN SINGING YOU & I AND NIGHT CHANGES IN 2022 WHAT THE F*CK.” which, while not much, is strange given that it happened twice.” What are you telling us? was a question that was directly posed by one individual to the group. Fans pleaded for an explanation, but the 29-year-old refused to provide one. No caption was included with the surprise performance, and Malik hasn’t yet responded to any remarks.
Malik, who has a kid named Khai with Gigi Hadid, last teased fans with a One Direction song when he uploaded a video of him performing his famous solo from the group’s 2013 song “You & I.” It was published around the same time that Liam Payne, Malik’s former bandmate, engaged in a contentious conversation with YouTuber Logan Paul over Malik’s time in the band. This most recent video does appear to be more natural.
It is crucial that Malik selected the song “Night Changes.” The track was on Malik’s final One Direction album before he quit the group four months later when they were on tour. Is this sudden emotion just him remembering the good old days, or does it have a deeper meaning? Could we soon catch up with Malik, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, and Payne? The verdict is not yet in.