One Direction are ready to make some "Midnight Memories" in their upcoming music video. The boy band was spotted filming the video for the title track off their November album release over the weekend in England.

A rep for the group confirmed to MTV News that the fivesome was shooting the video for "Midnight Memories" when they were photographed on London's Tower Bridge on Saturday night. In photos taken from the shoot, they were snapped singing in casual clothes atop the British landmark. Further information about the video, like a release date, was not available at press time.

"Midnight Memories" is the third single off the group's third studio album. The up-tempo party jam celebrates all the fun things that happen late at night. It follows up the equally pumped-up "Best Song Ever," as well as the ballad "Story of My Life." They performed "Midnight Memories" when they appeared on the season finale of "X Factor" last week.

So what inspired the track? Co-producer/songwriter Julian Bunetta broke it down for MTV News last month. "It's the title of the album and it just happens to fall in line with Up All Night, Take Me Home, it's all references to in the evening," he said.

"And midnight memories are where most of the memories of this record were made. [It] was between midnight and 5 in the morning," he continued. "We have so many memories of just being in the studio or being after a show or being in the back of the bus or going to one of the guys' places and hanging and writing. Or, [it's also] just when you're young and that's when you kind of have all your experiences."