A One Direction tribute band has released a music video ahead of their Spanish tour.
Tribute act, The Best 1D Ever, (pictured) have recorded their own version of the chart topping single ‘Steal My Girl’.
And Wakefield-born Darren Powell, Jason Goodman and James Sharples, along with Luke Primmer and Ashley Bagley, of South Elmsall, will be performing the groups greatest hits to thousands of people in Spain this summer.
Mr Powell, 29, said: “We only got together in February and it’s all taken off since then.
“We’ve been really busy recording in the studio, doing photo shoots and filming a music video,
“We have the best job ever, it’s absolutely amazing being a tribute to the biggest boy band in the world.”
I’m 22 years old... I love a girl named Perrie Edwards. And there’s a lot of jealous people in this world I’m sorry for what it looks like x
Mr Powell added: “This summer we will be singing in some amazing clubs and bars, We really are living the dream.
“We just want to say a massive thank you for all the support we have received it’s brilliant and the feedback has been ace.”
Concerns are growing for the future of One Direction after Zayn Malik, who is engaged to Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards, was pictured holding hands with a girl in Thailand.
The 22-year-old has since apologised, declared his love for his fiancé and quit the boy band’s tour due to stress.
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