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"Just Can't Let Her Go" Leaked 1D Song Finally Released by Another Singer

Updated on August 24, 2016
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This is the third album released by One Direction boyband, Midnight Memories, in which people believed there was Just Can't Let Her Go
This is the third album released by One Direction boyband, Midnight Memories, in which people believed there was Just Can't Let Her Go

Waiting for New Albums

One Direction are surely one of the most popular boy bands in the world. With their songs and their bodies they have conquered millions of girls of everywhere. These fans are called "Directioners" and they know everything about their idols. They love to go to concerts and they always wait for news about the band. Especially the wait every year for a new album. In many past One Direction's disks people believed they would have found a particular song at the fact was never released by the famous English boy-band: Just Can't Let Her Go.

Directioners never lose an opportunity to get in touch with their idols. They love to go to concerts, meet & greets and they especially are thrilled whenever 1D release a new disc. However a leaked song they loved has never been released by the band.
Directioners never lose an opportunity to get in touch with their idols. They love to go to concerts, meet & greets and they especially are thrilled whenever 1D release a new disc. However a leaked song they loved has never been released by the band. | Source

A Leaked Song

This song was leaked and it appeared on YouTube before the release Midnight Memories' release. Also Diana song was leaked in the same period and every Directioner believed that both songs would have been included in the new album. But after the release, we found Diana song was really on Midnight Memories, while Just Can't Let Her Go was not there. So where does this song come from? Is really made by One Direction or it is a fake? Directioners, over time, have agreed it was really made by the boy band, also because everyone recognized their voices. The only mystery to reveal was: why this songs continued to remain a leak and it was never published in an album? One Direction's fans waited for another year after Midnight Memories' release, and some fake tracklists showed the song as a part of Four album. However, after Four's release, that song was not present, and so Directioners have been disappointed another time. However, now we know why this song does not appear among One Direction's tracklists.

Listen to Isac Elliot's Final Song

Isac Elliot

He is a Finnish singer, dancer, songwriter and actor, who started to become famous in 2013 with his album Wake Up World. In 2014 he released another album Follow Me: it also gained much popularity.

Isac Elliot is the son of the lead singer from The Capital Beat's band and he started his musical career in 2012, when he was singing in Cantores Minores, a boy choir. He achieved great results, as he has been nominated as the best Finnish artist at MTV Music Awards in 2013 and in 2014.

One Direction sold Just Can't Let Her Go to this singer, so that he could release a final version of the song. The English boy band was not more interested in Just Can't Let Her Go and that is the reason they decided to give it away to another singer.

One Direction did not want to Keep the Song

Basically, an online newspaper reported in the past that, during a fan meeting, one of the five boys told a fan the song "sucks", so probably One Direction did not like the song. What is sure is that they decided to give that to another singer, who effectively finally released the complete version: he is a Finnish young boy, Isac Elliot, and his song is quite similar to the One Direction's leak, even if it is not exactly the same: finally, the new song is complete, while the leak only consisted of the refrain's repetition. For this reason the most probably explanation is that the song leaked from One Direction was a draft, a trial performance, and not a final edition, which probably has never been made by the band (instead the song's part that were not present in 1D version have been added by Isac). Whatever was happened, only one thing is sure: this song no longer belongs to the English boy band and if you want to listen to its complete and final version, you can check the one released by Isac Elliot, who now owns all the rights about Just Can't Let Her Go, hoping you will like it just like the One Direction's leak.

Do you prefer Isac Elliot's final song or leak from 1D?

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