One Direction have recently wrapped up the European leg of their "On the Road Again" tour and will be starting their run in the U.S. next week. But since Zayn Malik left the group earlier this year, the guys had to do a little rearranging in their set, especially on "Story of My Life," which Zayn had a big solo in.

"Liam [Payne] stepped up to do the high notes," Harry Styles told EW. "He kicks them in the bollocks every show. He doesn’t hold back."

As far as the other songs, Harry explained that they "all know the songs well enough" to pick up the vocal parts which Zayn used to sing. Despite these new arrangements, there's one thing that hasn't changed -- One Direction's lack of dancing during their shows. "I feel like you want me to say yes, but no!" Harry stated. "We don’t really do much choreography anyway. We kind of just stand on stage. We’re still doing that! [Laughs]"

Harry went on to talk about how grateful they were to Directioners for their unwavering support as well as what he, Liam, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson do when they have some downtime before a gig. "Sometimes we go around and play [soccer]," he said. "Or we’ll hang on the tour bus, watch films, play videogames. Just normal stuff."

Harry also opened up about the new album that they've been working on and explained that it'll definitely be different from Four.

"It carries a slightly new identity, but I think it’s an obvious change from [Four] in a positive way," he told EW. "We’ve branched out and worked with different writers, and we’ve got some great songs!"

One Direction's "On the Road Again" tour starts on July 9 in San Diego. Click here to find out the rest of the U.S. dates.

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