One Direction Has Seen Their 'Biggest Audience' Ever On U.S. Tour

British boy band talks to MTV News about their 'incredible' Stateside tour experience and their 'Up All Night' DVD dropping Tuesday.

One Direction are in the first week of their headlining U.S. tour. And, according to the guys themselves, they've gotten as much love from fans in the States as they did abroad.

"[It's going] good, great," Louis Tomlinson explained to MTV News. "We did the first show [Tuesday and] it was amazing."

Liam Payne still hasn't gotten over the scope of the shows they are playing here in the States, adding, "[It's] incredible. It's the biggest show we've done as a band so far, biggest audience for our own tour. So, it's amazing, absolutely amazing, incredible."

For fans who weren't able to nab tickets to the show, or have seen it and want to relive it, the band will drop their concert DVD, "Up All Night: The Live Tour" on Tuesday. And, Niall Horan explained how it all came together. "It was a show of our U.K. tour we did in January and we shot one of the shows for people who couldn't get tickets to the show," he said. "And we're actually touring that show now in the U.S., so everyone's going to get to see it at some stage."

"Up All Night: The Live Tour" is 73 minutes of 1D goodness, filled with campfire sing-alongs, quick shots of the guys shirtless during costume changes and even the fellas all done up in sleek suits as they close out the show with "I Want."

Once the band wraps up their tour here in July, One Direction will come back to the States in 2013 as a part of their massive world tour.

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