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Niall Horan Shares 'You Could Start a Cult' Duet with Lizzy McAlpine, Announces 'The Show: The Encore' Release

The collaboration will be featured on Horan's upcoming deluxe album 'The Show: The Encore'

<p>Tristan Fewings/Getty; Christopher Polk/Penske Media via Getty</p> Niall Horan, Lizzy McAlpine

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Niall Horan, Lizzy McAlpine

The show isn't over quite yet for Niall Horan.

On Friday, the former One Direction singer, 30, announced he'll be releasing a deluxe version of his third album The Show with The Show: The Encore on Nov. 3.

With news of the release of the LP, Horan shared a duet of his The Show track "You Could Start a Cult," featuring Lizzy McAlpine.

On the delicate love ballad, Horan trades off verses with the "Ceilings" singer, 24, showcasing their individual melancholy lilts.

Related: Niall Horan Announces The Show Live on Tour 2024 — His First Headline Run in 6 Years: See the Dates

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"Lately / What I know of reality / I let go of it happily / When I look in your eyes / Mm, swear it's true / No mountain that I wouldn't move / Or sea I wouldn't part in two / To wake up by your side is all I wanna do," Mc Alpine sings, before the duo takes on the chorus together of "Oh, I'll follow you till / there's no tomorrow / I'll follow you till there's no tomorrow / I'll follow you till there's no tomorrow / I'll follow you."

The Show: The Encore also features the "This Town" musician teaming up with John Legend for a reworked version of the album's title track, as well as live recordings from the Electric Picnic festival and Spotify Studios, as well as reimagined versions of “Meltdown” and “On a Night Like Tonight” from Horan’s Vevo Extended Play session.

In May, Horan announced he's hitting the road next year with The Show Live on Tour 2024, which will see him play his first headlining shows in six years as well as his biggest venues to date across Europe, Oceania and North America.

"There's nothing better than watching the crowd sing back to you with all that emotion on their faces and knowing that they're attaching the song to something meaningful in their own lives," said Horan in a press statement. "To me, that's always the greatest thing that can ever come from songwriting."

<p>Noam Galai/Getty Images for Spotify</p> Niall Horan performing at 'The Show' Spotify album release event with fans in June 2023 in New York City

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Niall Horan performing at 'The Show' Spotify album release event with fans in June 2023 in New York City

Related: Niall Horan Shares His Go-To Irish Snacks — and How to Pour a Pint of Guinness

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The Show Live on Tour 2024's North American leg kicks off May 29, 2024 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida before making stops in cities including Nashville, Philadelphia, New York City, Cincinnati, Toronto, Denver and more before wrapping on Aug. 3, 2024 in Austin, Texas.

The Show: The Encore will be released by Capitol Records on Nov. 3.

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