If the thought of Harry Styles and his god-like beauty already makes you want to cry tears of joy, then we suggest keeping the tissues handy before watching the above vid...
In a clip from his Apple Music doco Harry Styles: Behind the Album, Haz watches a gospel choir perform a totally angelic rendition of his debut solo single Sign of the Times, and is so moved by the incredible performance that he looks as if he’s on the verge of tears.
Getting totes emosh in a voiceover during the touching moment, he says,
"Having a song that I'd written and having these 26 gospel singers with a conductor and me sitting there — it just felt like it was growing into it's own thing," he spilled, adding, "It was pretty amazing."
It’s no secret that Harry legit poured his heart and soul into his solo work, and it defs seems to have paid off since it’s currently hurtling towards the number one spot on the charts (wooooo!).
Speaking to Rolling Stone about the starkly different sound his album has compared to the old One Direction days, Haz revealed it all came down to being able to speak about his own journey.
I didn't want to write 'stories,'" he said. "I wanted to write my stories, things that happened to me. The number-one thing was I wanted to be honest. I hadn't done that before."
Tbh we haven’t taken it off repeat since it dropped, so he must be doing something right.