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One Direction Officially Announced Their Fifth Album Title

Directioners are having some serious 'fan attacks.'

Mark your calendars Directioners because One Direction are dropping their fifth album, Made In The A.M., on November 13.

The guys announced the news with a video, revealing that the album is now available for pre-order and, "as a little treat," you can get their track, "Infinity."

The album cover art was also revealed, with the foursome -- Harry, Niall, Louis and Liam -- looking all sorts of adorable lounging on a couch.

No surprise here, but fans are already freaking out over the new album title.

This is the first album as a foursome since Zayn Malik left the group back in March, and will most likely be their last for quite some time since they are going on an "extended hiatus" in March of 2016.

But let's concentrate on the present, and this album, which the guys said would be their "best album" yet.

“It’s still in the making — we are not there yet,” Niall Horan told “Entertainment Tonight” of their upcoming fifth album. “There’s a few different sounds on it. Not all the songs sound the same — they are all kind of different. Different guitars and drums. It’s a lot different from what we did before, but it’s cool.”

Nov. 13 is going to be a busy album release day, since Justin Bieber will also drop his next LP.