Falling asleep to the sound of Harry Styles’ soft, British accent may sound like a dream to some — but it’s becoming a reality for us all.
The popular sleep and meditation app Calm announced that it will be partnering with the singer in a new “Sleep Story” series called “Dream With Harry,” which launches Wednesday.
The former One Directioner, now 26, sent fans into a frenzy with the release of his “Fine Line” album and cheeky “Watermelon Sugar” music video, swooningly “dedicated to touching.” His ravenous fans stop at nothing just to get a little closer to the star. Earlier this year, when Tom Ford released a candle purported to smell like the cologne Styles wears, the product flew off the shelves.
Now, Styles is at it again, giving his fans the ultimate experience of falling asleep to his voice. Naturally, they’re all about it.
“This is it. Harry is saving 2020,” tweeted one superfan to the Calm news.
“‘Hello, I’m Harry Styles.’ Me, certainly not sounding calm: yeS, HELLO, I KNOW WHO YOU ARE,” replied another.
“HARRY READING US BEDTIME STORIES BEFORE SLEEP YES YES YES WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR THAT,” tweeted another enthusiastic follower.
This isn’t the first time Styles has been an advocate for mental health and self-care. The musician has encouraged fans to go to therapy and discussed his own struggles with anxiety with Rolling Stone. In an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music’s Beats 1, Styles said that after years of refusing therapy, he finally decided to try it, and doesn’t regret it.
In a statement addressing his new partnership, Styles said that “sleep and meditation” play a large role in his daily routine and he’s happy it’s happening at a time “when the world needs all the healing it can get.”