London: One Direction is going on a two year hiatus from March 2016, but the boys have not started working on their individual projects as of now.
The British boy band, who decided to take a break to focus on their individual careers, have not secured any deals yet, reported Digital Spy.
"Currently there are no individual projects lined up. I haven't really thought about that. I don't have any songs lined up. Say if we were to make records individually, what would it sound like? It's not going to sound like One Direction," Niall Horan said.
The 22-year-old singer said all four of them (Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Horan) have used up all the songs they have for their latest album "Made In The AM".
"We've ended up bringing out all of the songs basically. The album was meant to be smaller, but we couldn't make up our minds over which songs we wanted to keep. So we just ended up making the album a few songs bigger. Some of them were too good to let go," he said.