Harry Styles


Harry Styles dropped a behind-the-scenes video of the smash summer hit Watermelon Sugar. With never before seen clips and photos, this is a must watch for all Styles fans, giving them an inside look into the making of the song, just in time to celebrate National Watermelon Day!

The outtakes include numerous moments of Styles and extras practicing choreography and different attempts to get the iconic human pile-up shot just perfect. The video opens up with Styles goofing around, doing yoga poses on top of watermelon in a 70'-styled outfit.

The behind-the-scenes video also included multiple still shots of the singer and the extras at the beach with an array of fruit around them, hence the watermelon theme. In addition, one of the shots shows Styles behind the camera for a change, where he is seen filming some extras with an old fashioned camera.

There is no doubt that everyone filming this video, including Styles, had a blast. With the music video 'dedicated to touching,' it is a great representation of what life was like pre-coronavirus, and what we can look forward to after the pandemic.

Watermelon Sugar was released as the album 'Fine Line's' fourth single in May and has been dominating the charts ever since. The track instantly became a summer anthem, and the music video recently earned MTV VMA nominations for Best Direction, Best Art Direction, and Best Visual Effects.

Watch the music video to Watermelon Sugar here.

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