One Direction Take It To Space For Their “Drag Me Down” Video: Watch

Bianca Gracie | August 21, 2015 6:44 am
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Remember those rumors about One Direction heading to NASA’s Space Center in Houston to film their “Drag Me Down” video earlier this month? Well, it turns out the speculation was true! The UK boy band take it to space for the new music clip, which premiered today (August 21).

In the video, directed by Ben Winston (“Best Song Ever,” “Story of My Life”), 1D get their training on at NASA’s Space Vehicle Mockup Facility as they prepare to go up in space. The guys are fully ready for their big trip towards the end of the video, as a rocket ship blasts them into the galaxy. At that point, no one can drag One Direction down…literally!

After its initial hype during its first week of being released, “Drag Me Down” has dropped chart positions from #3 to #26 in only its second week out. Hopefully this new video will help push the single back up the charts again.

Watch the video up top.

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