Premiere: Cable Covers One Direction's "One Thing"
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One Direction must be hyped that Justin Bieber eclipsed their weed situation with N word-gate. They should be even more hyped about this Cable cover of "One Thing", co-produced by Dev Hynes, 'cause it rules. The video, directed by Eliel Ford, finds Tracy Antonopolous floating around New York in a daze while static-y drums pound and weird chimes chime. The boys never sounded this big.
Kim Taylor Bennett caught up with Eliel and the band to find out more about the charming clip.
What are you up to now and next?
Tracy: We have a new original single coming out in two weeks with a video and album art that we are really excited about!
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