Band member Louis Tomlinson tweeted confirmation of the title on Wednesday, saying, "So pleased to tell you that our new album is called Take Me Home. Can't wait for you to hear it! More news soon!"
Naturally, it didn't take long for the boys' six million-plus followers to tweet their support for the suggestive name.
"One Direction: Take Me Home. Me: If you insist," wrote one groupie.
"One Direction, you can take me home any time you like," tweeted another.
The boys' second album is rumoured to be released on November 9 and according to fan sites, will feature 12 tracks and four videos.
1D's (also cheekily-named) first album Up All Night debuted at number one in the US, making them the first UK band to top that country's album chart with their first record.
Some of the boys' Twitter followers made cheeky connections between the two album names.
"Take Me Home + Up All Night = Take Me All Night. Hmm… sounds sexual…" one naughty fan posted.
Others were a little more tongue-in-cheek.
"'Up All Night', 'Take Me Home'. Watch, the next album will be 'Wake Me Up' or 'Get Me Breakfast'," wrote another fan.
The yearbook-inspired cover art for the album (see below) was reportedly published on iTunes Australia by accident last week before being hastily taken down.
The record's lead single, 'Live While We're Young', has become the fastest-selling pre-order single on iTunes ever.
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