This is the brilliant new music video released by One Direction for their upcoming single You & I.
It features the band walking along Clevedon Pier in the freezing cold while transforming into each other and wearing matching jumpers. How cute?
It’s more of a ballad than their previous pop hits with signer Zayn Malik hitting a hair-raising high note in his solo.
Harry Styles encouraged fans to watch the video ahead of its release by asking them to watch it eight times.
They will no doubt be hoping to beat the Vevo record of most views in 24 hours – currently held by Miley Cyrus’ controversial Wrecking Ball video.
Meanwhile it’s emerged fans under 12-years-old may not be allowed into some of the heartthrob band’s shows if they have a standing ticket.
Health and safety rules at Sunderland’s Stadium of Light reportedly state children under 12-years-old won’t be allowed in with a standing ticket, and those aged between 12-16 will need to be accompanied by an adult.
Head of security and safety Paul Weir told BBC Newsbeat: “The age restrictions are laid down by the promoter to ensure the safety of everyone attending the show, which is a very different dynamic to anything we have staged at the Stadium of Light previously.”
Stewards will reportedly be on the gates ready to send anyone under age home if they try to get in.
But there is a silver lining – children under 12 WILL be allowed in with a seated ticket.