One Direction have a few "Little Things" that they want to share in their brand-new video for their [article id="1694876"]Take Me Home[/article] track, out Friday (November 2). And, most of those little things add up to the fact that they think you are perfect, no matter how you perceive yourself.
The black-and-white video's concept is pretty simple — a 1D recording session. Each of the guys sits in the booth, laying down vocals for their part of the song. In between solo shots of the heartthrobs, the fivesome is also seen goofing off from time to time together and sitting around, playing the guitar, while they reminisce about their perfectly imperfect girlfriends. The quiet tone of the clip complements the ballad's sentimental lyrics.
"Little Things" is the second single off their November 13 album release, Take Me Home. The video was directed by Vaughan Arnell, who also worked with the fellas on "Live While We're Young." And, while the guys of 1D went into the woods for a camping trip in their party-themed [article id="1694155"]"Live While We're Young" video[/article], their latest clip, for the Ed Sheeran-penned ballad, "Little Things," is a straightforward video that places the guys in their actual natural habitat, the recording studio.
[article id="1696398"]The song officially debuted[/article] Monday, just days before Friday's video. Previously, Sheeran had described [article id="1694255"]"Little Things"[/article] as an "appreciation song" and "kind of a very sweet song." He added, "It was written about the best things about someone, kind of like the things you wouldn't expect."
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