One Direction have released this year's Comic Relief single, Blondie track 'One Way Or Another' and the boys have now released a cheeky snippet of the upcoming music video, featuring our very own Prime Minister, David Cameron.
The band premiered the 50 second clip on last night's Let's Dance For Comic Relief, which is where the proceeds from the track will be going. Introducing the clip, the 1D heart-throbs were shown in an African school room surrounded by kids.
Speaking to camera, Zayn quips: "Sorry we can't be there tonight at Let's Dance, we've been held back in detention here in Africa!"
Louis then pipes up, saying: "We do have something for you however; this is the new video for our new single, it's out on Monday, we made it ourselves, it's One Way Or Another!"
The 1D boys have released this year's official Comic Relief single (Photo: Splash News)
Viewers also saw band member Zayn Malik get super emotional during the band's recent visit to Ghana, where the teen was seen begging viewers for donations for this year's Red Nose Day appeal.
“We all waste money but the most important thing we can all do is give £5 to protect children from these illnesses,” the stricken star said.
After meeting one young patient, who would not have been in hospital if he had been given a vaccination at birth, the singer became so overcome by emotion he was forced to step outside where he broke down in tears, clearly so frustrated at witnessing the boy’s plight.
Just another reason to love those One Direction boys!
Check out the Comic Relief music vid preview below: