Harry Styles is the latest big-name act to step into the NPR offices to record a Tiny Desk Concert. The British pop star remarked on his presence in the work environment ("It just feels like you're in the way") during his set, which was recorded prior to the Coronavirus pandemic sent the music industry into shutdown. Styles played four songs in total, all culled from his 2019 album Fine Line. You can see him perform "Cherry," "Watermelon Sugar," "To Be So Lonely," and "Adore You" above. Styles was due to embark on a global arena tour in support of Fine Line this year, though the current status of all live shows remains up in the air.