Harry Styles has dedicated his Watermelon Sugar music video to the act of touching.
The chart-topping singer gets up close and personal with a group of models in the much-anticipated video, which was filmed in January on a beach in Malibu, before coronavirus shook the world.
Styles – wearing a pair of Sir Elton John-style glasses, eye-catching rings and pink nail varnish – is first seen walking up to a table on his own before enjoying a slice of watermelon.
He is soon joined by a group of people for a beach party, being fed fruit and kisses while relaxing in the sun.
Sharing the video on Instagram, former One Direction star Styles said: “DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME. Practice social distancing.”
Watermelon Sugar is from Styles’ second solo album Fine Line, which was released in December.
Styles had been due to start his Fine Line tour but was forced to postpone UK and European tour dates due to the pandemic. The performances have been pushed back to next year.
Announcing the news in March, Styles said: “For the safety of yourself and others, please self-isolate. We’re all in this together.
“I can’t wait to see you out on the road as soon as it’s safe to do so. Until then, treat people with kindness.”