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Retracted: Niall Horan releases groovy, reflective breakup album ‘Heartbreak Weather’

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MARCH 19, 2020

Editor’s note: This review published March 19 has been retracted after it was discovered that the author plagiarized from other publications. Plagiarism of all forms is not tolerated by The Daily Californian and we hold ourselves to the highest standards of journalistic integrity. The author no longer works for the Daily Cal.

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