Union J’s “Carry You”: Watch The Boys In Transit In Their Debut Video

Jillian Pellegrini | April 29, 2013 10:57 am

This might be sacrilegious, but as far as we can tell, British boyband Union J could give fellow X Factor alumni One Direction a run for their money in the charm department. After releasing their debut single a week ago, the group has premiered an official music video for the song, and it’s pretty adorable. The vid follows George, JJ, Jaymi and Josh as they do things that teenage boys are wont to do: skateboard, ride bikes, shop for records, ride in taxis. (They sure do a lot of moving, don’t they? They can’t sit still!) The typical teenage fun is interspersed with shots of the boys performing for an energetic crowd at an open mic night that was advertised at the record store.

As far as concepts go, the video is a simple one: It’s more about the boys as a band than establishing any specific romantic interests to direct the song towards. But that’s not a bad thing in this case, because we’re still getting to know them as a group. Also, did we mention that they’re adorable? Because they really are.

Check out the video above to see for yourself.

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