They've toured and filmed around the world, but the 17-member international pop group Now United have wrapped up filming their latest music video in Abu Dhabi.
They've been spotted around the capital and have shot their video at Emirates Palace as well as Berklee Abu Dhabi on Saadiyat Island.
In addition, during their two-week stay in the emirate, they were also able to visit a number of attractions, including Jubail Mangrove Park, Louvre Abu Dhabi, Manarat Al Saadiyat and Yas Waterworld, as well as a desert safari trip. They were also in town to witness the UAE 49th National Day celebrations.
The music video, produced by twofour54 and in partnership with the Department of Cultural and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi), is directed by Aiham Al Subahi, a member of twofour54's Creative Lab community.
Back in October, the group released the new single Habibi after announcing Nour Ardakani as the newest member of the band. The video was shot in various locations around Dubai and Beirut, Ardakani's hometown.
Now United was created in 2017 by Simon Fuller, former manager of the Spice Girls. The group currently has millions of followers around the world and stands out for its diversity, as it incorporates singing talents from 17 different nations, including Lebanon, Germany, Japan, Philippines, India, Senegal, Brazil, Mexico and the US.