By Jessica Goodman
Updated September 22, 2015 at 04:34 PM EDT
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One Direction has kept details about the forthcoming fifth album close to the chest, but Tuesday the band announced the album name, Made In The A.M., out Nov. 13, and a new track, “Infinity,” which will download instantly if you pre-order the record via iTunes.

The guys announced the name via a video on Twitter, and then shared that the pre-order link would debut shortly.

See the album cover:

When discussing the new album with EW, longtime 1D producer Julian Bunetta said, “We’re stretching out outside of the perimeters of what a traditional pop boy band would do. We’re just kind of having fun. No rules. That’s what it’s been. We just wanted to make an album that had influences of all the previous albums, but then, an evolved version.”

Made In The A.M. will be One Direction’s first album without Zayn Malik, who left the band in March to pursue a solo career with RCA Records. The record’s first single, “Drag Me Down,” debuted earlier this year.