One Direction to shoot pop video in NASA
NASA bosses give the boy band access to space center to shoot video for their single ‘Drag Me Down’
Word has it that the superstar British boy band, One Direction, will be filming the video for their new single “Drag Me Down” at the NASA Space Center in Houston, Texas, the Daily Mail has reported.
Band members, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan, apparently convinced bosses the space agency’s headquarters to allow them to use their airfields, training equipment and facilities to shoot the video, the report added.
The single, that was released last week, is the group’s first without former band member Zayn Malik. It also broke Spotify records according to the music website Billboard, and went straight to number one on iTunes in 86 countries.
The release of the single came after former member Zayn Malik announced via twitter a solo signing to the label RCA Records to make what he called “real music.”
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