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Harry Styles Covers A Fleetwood Mac Song During A Live Radio Appearance And We're Obsessed

Listen to his take on "The Chain."

Earlier this year, following the release of his first solo album, Harry Styles performed at The Troubadour in Los Angeles. There, Styles and Stevie Nicks casually performed a cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide" that we're still not over.

Now, Styles is back at it, covering another Fleetwood Mac song during his recent appearance in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. This time, Styles sang "The Chain" accompanied by a drummer and background vocalist, Sarah Jones, as well as keyboard player, Clare Ushima. Rolling Stone magazine points out that growing up, Styles' father introduced him to classic rock music with groups such as Fleetwood Mac, so it doesn't surprise us that he's such a natural with this particular cover. 

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At one point, some of the performers (including Styles) break off from their instruments and get into a slow clap, and we're really digging the vibe. 

"I got goosebumps after the first few seconds," one viewer comments on YouTube.

Styles also performed his own tracks, "Two Ghosts" and "Sign of the Times," while in the Live Lounge. 

You can check out Styles' performance in full below:

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