One Direction 'Live While We're Young' Video, WATCH HERE
on Sep 20, 2012 04:32 PM EDT
One Direction are kicking off their second album with the release of its single "Live While We're Young" and the music video to accompany it.
The song was scheduled to be released on Oct. 1 but after a version of the song was leaked, the band decided to just give their fans what they have been waiting for. Click here to watch the music video, courtesy of MTV.
"We wanted our fans to see the video and hear the single in the proper way so we've moved the premiere to tonight," One Direction said in a statement, according to MTV. "We're really excited about 'Live While We're Young.' We've worked really hard on it, and we can't wait for everyone to see and hear it later today!"
The video shows the group camping, which coincides with the art they recently released for the single.The song is off of their new album, "Take Me Home," which arrives Nov. 13. Their first album "Up All Night," gave them recognition in America after hailing from the UK and getting voted off coming off of "The X Factor."
But will their second attempt at debuting an album in America be as successful as their first? Well, Billboard has high hopes for them at least.
One Direction recently came in No. 2 on the Billboard's "21 under 21" list, following Justin Bieber. The band's five singers range from ages 18 to 20 and have already captivated fans with hits such as "One Thing" and "What's Makes You Beautiful."
They sweeped the MTV Video Music Awards recently as well, beating their UK rivals the Wanted and taking home perhaps one of the most sought after awards of the night: Best New Artist.
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