One Direction to film video at NASA facility

2015-08-07 16:00

Los Angeles - One Direction will shoot their new video at NASA's Space Centre.

The four-piece band released their new single Drag Me Down last week and are now planning to film an out-of-this-world video at the facility in Houston, Texas, to match the track, which is the first to be taken from their as-yet untitled fifth studio album.

According to MailOnline, the intergalactic clip will feature plenty of gadgetry with band members Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan gaining access to training equipment, airfields and other areas located at the astronaut centre.

The track is the first to be released by the band since Zayn Malik quit earlier this year to pursue a solo career and Liam has since revealed they are planning to take a break from the band at some point after the release of their next LP, which is due later this year.

He said: "You know, I think everyone needs a little bit of a break now, and a sit down and a stop, to kind of take in all the great things that've happened."

And when asked what he wants to do during their time off, he added: "There's loads of things. I've been writing a lot on the road at the moment, not for me, just for other people. I've been doing a lot of things, you know trying to get into the producing side of it which is pretty cool."

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