Harry Styles has shared behind-the-scenes footage of his newly dropped music video, "As It Was."

The 28-year-old singer shared the two minutes, 45 seconds video on YouTube on Tuesday, featuring some fun moments with the crew members. Styles can also be seen playing with a little baby during the filming of the music video.

The video starts with Styles hugging someone, while rolling on the floor, and then the next scene features a shot from the music video where he dons an over-sized red jacket with a black scarf around his neck.

In the next glimpse, he can be seen rehearsing with dancer Mathilde Lin, wearing a yellow t-shirt and green pants. The singer had covered his face with a mask. At one point, Styles can be seen lifting a little baby in the air like Rafiki holding Simba in the animated movie, "Lion King."

After playing for some time, the baby starts to cry and looking at the baby's face, Styles laughs. The clip further shows Styles fist bumping and hugging the crew members.

Fans shared their reaction in the comments section.

"I don't know how to explain it but there's just such a positive aura around him it's just so comforting and reassuring i just love it," one of the fans wrote, while another person added, "Harry Styles has never made a bad song."

"As It Was" is a part of Styles upcoming third studio album titled "Harry's House," which is slated to drop on May 20.

The singer first teased the album in March via Twitter.

Styles dropped his second studio album, "Fine Line" in December 2019. The album featured 12 tracks, including "Watermelon Sugar," "Golden," "Adore You," "Fine Line," "Treat People With Kindness" and "Cherry."

The first studio album, "Harry Styles" was released in May 2017. The album featured 10 music tracks, including "Meet Me in the Hallway," "Woman," "From the Dining Table," "Ever Since New York" and "Sign of the Times."

According to multiple reports, the upcoming third studio album will feature 13 songs, including "As It Was." Besides his music career, Styles will also feature in movies like "Don't Worry Darling," "My Policeman" and "Faster, Cheaper, Better."

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