Sumptuous ‘Sign Of The Times’ and sybaritic ‘Strip That Down’ have been designated the worthy status for a Brit award. Boy band affiliates Harry Styles and Liam Payne have been granted the uncertain guarantee of a British Phonographic Industry statue, after the pairs short stint of solo services given to the music industry whilst the frame of One Direction’s sabbatical slowly persists, with the British/Irish unprecedented exports future utterly unpredictable with statements from Tomlinson transparently saying “There is no question of if, it’s a must. It would be too difficult for any of us to say no” to the new nominees Payne and Styles implicitly ready to run to solo stardom, after touring company Rollcall Touring Limited drawing contracts to an end in terms of the ensembles entity.
Stumbling off the stage perimeters like a wasted zombie of Katy Perry’s house horror ‘Chained To The Rhythm’ performance, last years award ceremony left an impression on varying degrees of anything but music, exemplifying One Direction’s domination of still sweeping awards whilst in-active as a collective in the industry. Honours and hopefuls revealed at the Brits are coming launch party this past Saturday, commercial calamity controls the committee with Ed Sheeran and Dua Lipa’s personalities plastered over British single, album and female/male artist categories whilst two nods go to the ‘Bedroom Floor’ singer Liam Payne up for British single and British artist video of the year in competition with ‘Kiwi’ curator Harry Styles and ‘Pillowtalk’ Zayn Malik for their ‘Sign Of The Times’, ‘Strip That Down’ and ‘I Don’t Wanna Live Forever’ visual pieces.
Four time British artist video of the year and two time global success award counterparts Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan were disappointingly dismissed, despite Horan contributing a country-tinged compilation Flicker and Tomlinson’s recent pop-punk project ‘Miss You’ clearly not pleasing the big Brit cheese critics substantially for a stake in the British single nor British album sectors.