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1D delight fans with Drag Me Down video

Published 21/08/2015

One Direction
One Direction

Fans can finally see One Direction's Drag Me Down video.

Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan dropped their first single since Zayn Malik's departure, Drag Me Down, at the end of last month.

Now fans are waking up to the news that the accompanying clip is finally available to view.

"Here's the Drag Me Down video. Thank you for all your amazing support on this single (sic)," Louis announced on Twitter.

"here's our new video for Drag Me Down ! Hope you love it ! (sic)," Niall added, while Liam proudly exclaimed: "We shot our new video at @NASA! (sic)"

Always a man of mystery, Harry simply tweeted a link to the video, which was filmed at the NASA Space Center in Houston, Texas, on Vevo.

Things kick off with the boys in orange spacesuits, before Harry belts out the first lyrics straight to the camera.

The video goes on to show Niall hanging from the ceiling in a harness, while Liam gets sweaty on an exercise bike. Meanwhile Louis is enjoying his turn in a special NASA vehicle, while Harry is testing out his charm on a robot - it seems even machines can't resist the curly-haired heartthrob!

One Direction have already had plenty of positive feedback in the first two hours and among the fans is 5 Seconds of Summer's Calum Hood.

"love it!! Great work mate (sic)," he praised Louis, who responded with: "thanks lad (sic)".

It seems One Direction aren't struggling without Zayn, who left the band in March. At the Teen Choice Awards earlier this month they still scooped an amazing eight awards.

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