One Direction Give Fans 'More' In Live-DVD Music Video

'More Than This' performance is from 'Up All Night: The Live Tour DVD,' due May 29.

You know what's better than blasting One Direction's "More Than This" over and over again in your room? Popping in their concert DVD, "Up All Night: The Live Tour DVD," and watching them sing it to you. Obviously.

While it will be a few weeks until the concert special hits shelves, the guys released their "More Than This" performance Thursday (May 10) to get their already-excited fans even more hyped for the DVD's arrival. After One Direction teased the video one day before, fans can now see it includes everything they could possibly want.

The guys, decked out in gray and maroon prep-school uniforms, circle the stage, taking turns singing the song about unrequited love and watching your crush succumb to the charms of another guy. In between shots of the guys singing the song are ones of their fans singing and screaming along. As the song ends, the guys sit on a lime-green couch and continue to pine for their lady love.

"Up All Night: The Live Tour DVD" hits stores May 29, just days after One Direction launch their North American tour in Fairfax, Virginia. It marks the group's first-ever Stateside headlining trek; they previously opened for Big Time Rush.

Fans shouldn't worry if they miss the group this time around: One Direction will also play a special show at Madison Square Garden in December before coming back to the U.S. in 2013 as part of their world tour. The 2013 North American dates will begin June 13 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, before continuing around the U.S. and Canada and coming to a close August 7 in Los Angeles.

"Our fans are simply the best in the world," Niall Horan said in a statement about the tour. "The support they have shown us has been incredible, and we're all so grateful to each and every one of them. We can't wait to see everyone this summer at Madison Square Garden and, of course, when we play our world tour in 2013."

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