Niall Horan has joined Chris Martin, John Legend and Charlie Puth in livestreaming for Global Citizen and the World Health Organization’s Together at Home digital live performance sequence. The IGTV broadcasts this week are a part of WHO’s marketing campaign for his or her Solidarity Response Fund, created to assist victims of the COVID-19 pandemic and to forestall the unfold of the novel coronavirus worldwide.
Horan, who launched his second solo album Heartbreak Weather final week, carried out on the livestream with simply an acoustic guitar, enjoying a combination of previous hits (from his first album Flicker) and new songs like “Slow Hands,” “No Judgment,” “Nice To Meet Ya,” “This Town,” “Flicker,” “Black and White” and extra.
The One Direction member additionally confused the significance of staying inside, washing your arms and retaining a distance from aged individuals, noting that his household had been speaking along with his personal grandmother solely over the cellphone and thru the window of her home.
“People my age aren’t really taking this seriously,” he mentioned. He urged everybody to “not hang out with your mates” in the course of the disaster, or in any other case threat catching the virus and spreading it to immunocompromised individuals.
Common will broadcast his personal Together at Home livestream later on Thursday.