The Wanted Film New Music Video Out In Los Angeles And Ask Fans To Join Them

29 August 2012, 10:34 | Updated: 29 August 2012, 10:39

The 'Lightning' stars are shooting their latest video in California alongside some lucky fans today.

The Wanted have been shooting their brand new music video out in Los Angeles and have asked fans to join them on set later today (29th August).

The 'Chasing The Sun' band revealed the news on Twitter last night (28th August), while giving fans in the area the chance to be part of the top secret video shoot.

"Back to it! Another day of work is about to get under way here in sunny Los Angeles," The Wanted tweeted yesterday. "How's everyone doing back home?

"Be in our music video shoot tomorrow (Wed) in LA!" the 'Glad You Came' stars then posted, alongside details of how their biggest fans can get involved.

Check out a picture of The Wanted performing live for their fans out in America earlier this year below:

Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Nathan Sykes, Tom Parker and Jay McGuiness also took part in a photoshoot yesterday, presumably as part of their upcoming new single or album, and thanked fans for turning out to support them.

"That's a wrap!! Thank you to all of our #TWFanmily that stood with us for the whole day… can't wait to see how these turn out!!" they posted, while band member Nathan also wrote: "Loved the photo shoot today! Thanks to everyone who helped us out! N if you took photos, keep them to yourself n don't ruin the surprise ;) x."

The Wanted have been out in North America for the past two weeks promoting their recent self-titled EP there, having performed an intimate fan gig at JFK airport in New York City as well as taking to the stage for the Good Morning America Summer Concert Series in Central Park last week (24th August).

The Wanted have been working on their highly anticipated third studio album for the past few months, with Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun predicting several big hits on the record, and are expected to announce full details in the coming weeks.