Take That ‘Up All Night’ Video Making Of

Howard Donald of Take That behind the scenes on their 'Up All Night' music video

Polydor has behind-the-scenes footage for the new single ‘Up All Night’, off the veteran boy band’s fifth studio album ‘The Circus’. The Daniel Wolfe directed video features performing at a street party.

“I think we’ve all said it, it reminds us of our own hometowns actually,” Howard Donald said. “It’s a great atmosphere. We’ve got basically the director went around knocking on all of the doors and all the people in the video all live on the street that we’re on, which is really nice I think. It’s great. It’s a good atmosphere here actually. They’ve done a great job dressing the street.”

Howard later added, “This is the first time we’re actually playing instruments on a video. We haven’t done a video where it’s the four of us playing as a band. So yeah, it’s different for that reason and enjoyable for that reason.”

Watch the video, also featuring commentary from Gary Barlow, Jason Orange and Mark Owen, via YouTube below.

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2 thoughts on “Take That ‘Up All Night’ Video Making Of

  1. Zoe Welch says:

    I love this song and think it is one of Take That’s best. The video is also great and makes it feel like I am time traveling to the 1950’s…

  2. Kevin says:

    Where is the video filmed for the song?

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