Clip from One Direction’s shelved music video surfaces online
A 12-second video from a shelved music video for their single Infinity has been leaked online. Watch video here:music Updated: Jan 08, 2016 17:13 IST
A footage of popular British boy band One Direction’s shelved music video for their single Infinity has surfaced online. As per reports appearing in aceshowbiz.com, the band members are seen performing in what looks like a parking lot while the song plays in the background. It is 12-second video clip.
Behind them is a massive white backdrop featuring their faces drawn among other images seemingly created by fans. Written by Julian Bunetta, John Ryan and Jamie Scott, Infinity was first released in September 2015 as a countdown single preceding the release of One Direction’s fifth studio effort.
Many fans expressed their disappointment on Twitter after it was announced that the song would be the group’s next official single.
Unseen of the boys recording the music video for Infinity! (via 1d.legendary.updates on IG) pic.twitter.com/xxI2kxRVTV— 1D Updates (@ladscheckups) January 6, 2016
Meanwhile in a separate report appearing in news.com.au, former 1D band member Zayn Malik has revealed that his former bandmates do not speak to him, post his departure from the band. The 22-year-old singer left the multi-million selling group in March 2015 and he hinted certain members have cut all contact with him following the shock departure.
Despite claiming that Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne were his friends for life, Malik confessed, “The truth of it is you can think one thing about a situation and the total opposite can happen.” He added that he has every intention of remaining friends with everybody, but he thinks certain phone numbers have changed and he has not received calls from a lot of people.
First Published: Jan 08, 2016 17:13 IST