Watch: One Direction release first Zayn-less video with 'Drag Me Down'

Proving they won't be dragged down by Zayn Malik's trigger-happy tweeting finger or Liam Payne's recent 'homophobia' controversy, One Direction have released their first video as a four-piece. The visual for latest single Drag Me Down sees the boys undergo astronaut training at NASA before being blasted into space (likely answering a few Directioners' parents' wishes). LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 31:  Emma Watson attends the UK premiere of "Noah" at Odeon Leicester Square on March 31, 2014 in London, England.  (Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images) The boyband - who were recently named Britain's 'gayest' act over icons like Kylie and Madonna - have teamed up with Ben and Gabe Turner for video, having previously worked with the duo on the visual for Steal My Girl, the lead single from their last album Four. Watch the video for Drag Me Down below: More stories: Watch: Louis Tomlinson rips Liam Payne's shirt open on stage In pics: The best bits of the Warwick Rowers new trailer