One Direction Sings with Strings in “Little Things” Video

6 years ago by Nadya Vlassoff

British boy band One Direction released their new video for “Little Things” from their upcoming album Take Me Home

The guys of One Direction debuted their new video for the slow paced single “Little Things” from their upcoming second album called Take Me Home.

Ahead of the November 13 release of the new One Direction album Take Me Home, the Simon Cowell founded One Direction released the black and white video for “Little Things” this week, which sees 1D slow things down for fans of the British boy band.

Inside a studio, with only guitars in hand, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan and Liam Payne all sit in a circle to sing “Little Things,” a song about loving yourself and who you are no matter what anyone thinks.

Of course, it’s really about the “little things” that make us all unique.

“I’m in love with you,” One Direction sings directly to fans, “and all these little things.”

“Little Things” will appear on Take Me Home, the second album from One Direction after the success of their 2011 debut album, Up All Night.

One Direction was formed in 2010 and went on to finish third in the seventh series of The X Factor U.K. From there the One Direction guys signed to Simon Cowell’s Sysco Records before signing with Columbia Records in the United States.

By 2012, One Direction sold 8 million singles, 3 million albums and 1 million DVDs. The 1D’ers will next head out for a huge 2013 world tour in support of Take Me Home.

And judging by the lyrics of “Little Things,” fans can take solace in knowing they’ll never love themselves half as much as One Direction loves them!

Take Me Home goes wide on November 13, 2012.

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Nadya Vlassoff

Nadya Vlassoff joined The Deadbolt in 2009 and currently serves as associate content director and contributing editor. A former writer for the boutique apparel and accessories blog, Nadya has interviewed and worked with a variety of top names in pop culture, fashion, entertainment and sports.