Harry Styles has finally hit the NPR studio for his intimate Tiny Desk Concert, which was backed by his touring band. The vibe between the band was clear; and Styles was in joy, twirling in his seat between verses.
He performed an acoustic set featuring several songs from his latest solo album, Fine Line. Between tracks, he talked about the process of writing these songs. He spoke about his day off in Nashville which led to “Watermelon Sugar”, he also spoke to the feeling of lovesickness he tried to capture in “Adore You.”
It’s awesome to see that Harry has proven to be an artist who takes his craft and aesthetic seriously. He has come a very long way from his mega popstar days in One Direction and we are eager to watch his continued evolution into the man artist he wants to become.