Harry Styles Pictured Driving Sports Car, Speedboat For New Music Video

By Paris Close

September 24, 2020

Looks like Harry Styles is channeling James Bond for his next video.

The “Watermelon Sugar” singer was photographed in Italy filming some pretty rad scenes for the project, likely to be a music video treatment for a song off his sophomore album Fine Line.

Images obtained by TMZ on Wednesday (September 23) showed the crooner whipping down a windy cliffside road in a vintage Alfa Romeo. Other photos found Styles tearing through the waves of Italy’s famous Amalfi Coast while behind the wheel of a speedboat. In both snapshots, the 26-year-old crooner sports the same outfit: patterned brown pants and an unbuttoned striped white shirt.

One Twitter user was able to catch Styles in action on video, which shows the superstar driving behind another vehicle rigged with cameras. (Watch the clip here.)

It’s unclear for which song Styles is shooting a visual, but we can’t wait to watch the final product.

The One Direction alum dropped his latest music video for the Fine Line single, “Watermelon Sugar,” back in May. It is Styles’ first visual offering of the year since he released videos for “Adore You” and “Lights Up” in the latter end of 2019.

Styles’ follow-up LP to his 2017 self-titled debut arrived in December 2019. Fine Line debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, spending two weeks there, and also broke the record as the biggest debut from a British male artist in the history of Nielsen SoundScan, bringing in 478,000 album units.

As fans know, Styles was expected to promote the record earlier this year on his “Love On Tour,” which has since been postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, the pop star is planned to perform his first show of the new year in Italy in February 2021.

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