When it comes to fan projects, Directioners go hard. We all saw what happened with Project No Control; the fan-driven idea to see 'No Control' released as a single which not only caught the attention of One Direction themselves, but also saw it added to the On the Road Again tour setlist. RESULT.
Well now, while we all sit around twiddling our thumbs during this hiatus malarky, fans have turned their attention to Made in the A.M. track 'Home;' a song they wanna self-release and see get the attention it deserves.
Oh y'all are a bit brilliant, aren't ya?
'Home' was chosen since it resonates so strongly with LGBTQ+ 1D fans, and the project's organisers explained: "The purpose of this project is to promote the song 'Home', which was released on the Perfect (EP) and was not part of the album. The song deserves way more attention and recognition than it's gotten.
"Our goal is to bring more attention to the song. We are fan releasing the song on April 29th after a week of promo leading up to that day. We are continuing promo after the release to get the song to #1."
It's all well carefully orchestrated, too. As you can see below there's a proper 'Home' promo week (and month, for crying out loud); with different hash tags no doubt poppin' up all over our timelines in the run-up to 'Home' day on April 29th.
If you guys wanna get involved, you can find the official Twitter page over in this kinda direction. Get followin'.
What d'ya make of all this, then? Gonna get behind #ProjectHome? Tweet us over @sugarscape and stuff. Ta.
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