Watch Harry Styles cover Wet Leg’s ‘Wet Dream’ for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge

Following the release of his third solo studio album, Harry Styles appeared on BBC Radio 1’s acclaimed Live Lounge series. On the show, the 28-year-old singer brought a selection of songs from Harry’s house to life, including “As It Was”, “Boyfriends” and “Late Night Talking”.

The shining moment of the set, however, was his punk version of Wet Leg’s “Wet Dream”. The indie duo released the track earlier this year as part of their self-titled debut album.

On the cover, Styles swaps the upbeat synths of Harry’s house for hard guitar, having a rock star moment in its own right. Watch the performance below.

The pop star appeared in the BBC studio ahead of his intimate ‘One Night Only’ show tonight (May 24) at London’s Brixton Academy. The exclusive show follows a vibrant performance at New York’s Belmont Park on Long Island.

Meanwhile, Harry’s house is on the way to becoming the best album on the American charts. It’s already the best-selling album of 2022 so far.

As of May 23, the album had achieved 61,000 chart sales, greatly surpassing her previous two studio albums. Harry Styles had 57,000 card sales in its first week of 2017 and Thin line managed 49,000 in 2019.

In other Styles news, he recently announced an additional leg of his Love On Tour, including huge residencies in New York, Austin, Chicago and Los Angeles, as well as dates in other cities. He should also star in a new movie, don’t worry darling, alongside Florence Pugh. The film will be released in theaters on September 23.

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