It’s strangely moving to think about, right? Dara adds: "Because we’re so pliable at that age, it just sort of sticks with us. And I think it’s the emotion – that heart-opening, crazy emotion that you go through, screaming at the top of your lungs." She tells me about a friend of hers, a choir teacher, who said that boyband music is written in a specific key that’s perfect for the range of a young female voice so it’s easy to sing along to. "It doesn’t go too low and it doesn’t go too high," Dara explains. "Which is why Boyz II Men are completely disqualified. They talk about sex too much, the music is too deep and R&B, while for 1D, it’s in a whole other, higher register. It’s all fun and upbeat." I suggest that Boyz II Men were never meant to be for young women; they were born a manband and so were never due that 10-year hiatus followed by a strangely triumphant comeback like our mates Take That, you see.