Harry Styles pulled out all the stops when his Love On Tour arrived in the UK on Monday night.
The As It Was singer, 29, who is newly single, gave fans a spectacular performance at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
Showing off his impeccable style in beige leather pants and a yellow striped polo shirt.
Harry wore his signature boa with pink feathers as accessories while churning out hits like Sign Of The Times and Watermelon Sugar.
His avid feather boa-wearing fans lined up at the arena from 8am, with gates opening at 5pm.
Performance: Harry Styles pulled out all the stops when his Love On Tour arrived in the UK on Monday night
Talented: The As It Was singer, 29, gave fans a spectacular performance at the Coventry Building Society Arena
Harry is in the middle of his Love On Tour shows which first started in 2021 in support of his second and third albums Fine Line and Harry’s House.
The tour consists of seven legs spanning 22 months, starting in September 2021 in Las Vegas and ending in Reggio Emilia in July, 2023.
It comes after Harry’s latest music video for his single Satellite came out and has been compared to the 2008 Pixar animation Wall-E, in which a cleaning robot finds love.
At the beginning of the video, the robot – named Stomper after Harry’s Satellite Stomp dance move – is backstage at one of his shows at the Forum in Los Angeles.
The machine blinks away invisible tears as it watches a broadcast of the Curiosity rover roaming Mars alone for over a decade, narrated by Brian Cox.
Stomper watches as Harry’s crew springs into action prior to the performance, while the Love on Tour band huddles together before the performer takes the stage.
Harry himself barely appears in the video, save for a few moments, including one where he sings Satellite on stage and the audience’s vocals merge with his own.
Energetic: He wrapped a rainbow pride flag around himself and pranced across the stage
Stylish: He showed off his impeccable style in beige leather pants and a yellow striped polo shirt
Daring: Harry decked out in his signature pink-feathered boa as he belts out hits like Sign Of The Times and Watermelon Sugar
Loyal fans: His avid feather boa-wearing fans began queuing at the arena from 8 a.m., with gates opening from 5 p.m.
They all sing, ‘Spinning out, waiting for you to pull me in/I can see you’re lonely down there, don’t you know I’m here?’
The song revolves around the idea of going around in circles looking for something and the lyrics refer to heartbroken emotions.
After the show ends, Stomper is alone again, as he rides over foa feathers left on the arena’s grounds by Harry’s fans.
He also hopes to find a connection with a skateboarder by imitating his tricks.
After leaving the location, Stomper wanders out on a cold and rainy night, avoiding traffic on a busy highway and traveling through canyons and deserts.
While searching for a connection, which also takes him to the mountains, Stomper befriends a rat, which could be another Pixar animation reference, Ratatouille.
Stomper eventually finds what he’s looking for in Harry and the duo lie side by side in the grass outside NASA, looking up at the real satellite.
Don’t you know I’m here? Harry’s latest music video for his single Satellite has been dropped and is compared to Wall-E, in which a cleaning robot finds love
As Stomper sits down next to Harry, his battery runs out.
The lyrics suggest a great distance between Harry and the person he is singing about, who is simply referred to as ‘she’.
However, Harry refers to a change in his emotions in the second part of the movie, and instead of being asked to be “pulled in,” he sings, “I’m in a LA mood / I don’t wanna talk to you. ‘
However, the chorus continues with the idea of ”being there” for someone, suggesting that the song depicts the ups and downs of a relationship.