Harry Styles Was A True Rock Star This Weekend on SNL (Watch)

Harry Styles took the famed Studio 8H stage this weekend as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, alongside host Jimmy Fallon. Performing his new single “Sign of the Times” and a second track which he debuted on air, “Ever Since New York,” Styles solidified his place as a solo act to be reckoned with, and, to be honest, a bona-fide new rock star.

Dressed in a plaid suit and tousled hair, Styles was reminiscent of a young Mick Jagger, looking devilishly handsome as he crooned out the insanely catchy “Sign of the Times”:

 

 

“Ever Since New York” was a bit more mellow, but still evoked a feeling of intimate, early British rock that had us swooning.

 

 

We were especially taken with the little pout he gave right here:

Styles will release his debut solo album, aptly named Harry Styles, on May 12. Next to appear on SNL will be host Chris Pine, with a TBD musical guest.

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