Get ready, Directioners, because a brand-new One Direction video is headed your way, but for which song remains a mystery.
On Monday, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik and Niall Horan were spotted braving the frigid temperatures as they filmed their latest music video at Clevedon Pier outside of Somerset, England.
One Direction teamed up with a longtime collaborator, director Ben Winston, who helmed their videos for "Best Song Ever" and "Story of My Life." Their latest clip had them clad in matching gray and black outfits in the 35-degree temperatures.
In the photos, 1D are seen strutting their stuff down the pier as Louis hangs from a lamppost, Niall plays with a pink balloon and Zayn mugs for the camera.
In between takes, the guys didn't waste any time bundling up; they also played a little soccer to keep warm. Louis and Niall hugged heated water bottles as Harry, who looked particularly affected by the cold temperatures, wrapped himself in a blanket and was seen wearing a large oversized winter coat, with a scarf covering his face.
The video will mark the fourth single released off the boy band's third album, Midnight Memories. Next month, 1D kick off their Where We Are stadium tour on April 25 in Bogota, Colombia. The band will make their way to the U.S. in August.
Personally, I'm hoping 1D decide to go with fan- (and Justin Bieber)-favorite "Diana" as the next single. The upbeat track is one of the standout songs off the album, with a sound and style reminiscent of the Police's 1981 hit "Don't Stand So Close To Me." I can already picture Directioners rolling down their windows this summer, blasting this song and singing along.
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