Gang of Youths accuse One Direction's Niall Horan of copying their artwork

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Seeing double! Australian rock band Gang of Youths accuse One Direction's Niall Horan of copying their artwork

By Shannon Shipley For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:48 BST, 2 October 2019 | Updated: 01:51 BST, 2 October 2019

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Former One Direction star Niall Horan is getting ready to release his first new music in two years.

But his comeback single Nice to Meet Ya has caught the attention of Australian band Gang of Youths, whose 2017 single Say Yes to Life has remarkably similar artwork.

On Tuesday, the ARIA Award-winning rockers posted a side-by-side photo of both single covers, drawing attention to their resemblance.  

Spot the difference! Niall Horan's comeback single Nice to Meet Ya has caught the attention of Australian rock band Gang of Youths, whose 2017 single Say Yes to Life has remarkably similar artwork. Pictured on August 7, 2019 in Los Angeles

Spot the difference! Niall Horan's comeback single Nice to Meet Ya has caught the attention of Australian rock band Gang of Youths, whose 2017 single Say Yes to Life has remarkably similar artwork. Pictured on August 7, 2019 in Los Angeles

The two covers do look strikingly similar, but there is no suggestion Niall deliberately copied Gang of Youths' artwork.

The Irish singer, 26, is yet to comment on the similarity. 

Five years ago, Niall's former band was accused of taking perhaps a little

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