Castle On The Hill Ed Sheeran
22 April 2013, 12:15
The 'Carry You' singers have opened up about their first music video shoot for their brand new song.
Union J have joked that there were "a lot of erect nipples" on the set of their new video, after being forced to shoot the promo out in the snow this month.
The X Factor UK 2012 stars gave their new song 'Carry You' its first play on Capital FM this morning (22nd April), and gave some exclusive teasers about the song's accompanying music video during their stay.
The boys were spotted shooting for the 'Carry You' video last week, the second of two filming days for the promo, and say it was "surreal" finally getting to film their first ever ever video.
"Cold! It was very, very cold!" George told Capital, when asked about the shoot, while JJ added: "It was very surreal.
"A lot of erect nipples, a lot of them! They were really big, sorry!" Josh joked, before George clarified: "It was snowing, we had a reason."
Check out a picture of Union J chatting with Capital FM earlier today below:
Band member Jaymi then revealed it was strange how they ended up filming the outdoor scenes in the cold and snow, but later filmed indoor scenes on a day where the sun was out and it was really hot.
"It was funny, we did shoot the video over the course of two separate days in the space of about three weeks," he recalled. "The first time we did it, it was freezing cold in the snow and we were outside.
"The other one we did was last weekend and it was boiling hot and we were inside a warehouse!" Jaymi added. "So they kind of mixed the days up I think, but we got through it."
Union J will release new song 'Carry You' on 2nd June.
Watch Union J talking exclusively with Capital FM about their video for 'Carry You' below: