Kodaline pens song for Harry Styles’s solo career?

Kodaline pens song for Harry Styles’s solo career?

In an interview withDigital Spy at this years Glastonbury, Kodaline talked about their writing sessions with 1D’s Harry Styles.

"It was really strange how they came about," said frontman Steve Garrigan "He just turned up to a show, and he likes our music. We had a bit of free time and so we went to the studio and wrote a song. It was good fun.”

"There are hundreds of songs flying around." drummer Vinny May added when asked if the song was intended to be on One Direction’s newest album. "It could be on his album if he does something, but I don't know. Nothing is set in stone." added Garrigan.

Is this the beginning of the end of 1D? We certainly hope not, but what if they penned Harry the ‘Best Song Ever’?

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