Harry Styles has proven many times he's a rare gem, and the One Direction singer decided to slay our souls yet again by taking a trip down memory lane to the early 1D days. The band was recently asked about their most memorable shows in Scotland, and Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan all recalled how their mini tour there back in 2010 gave them their first sense of what tour life is like, but Harry said it was the fact that at one venue, The Garage, the guys were given free clothes that made it the best.
"It was the first time and they had hoodies and hats and stuff and we were absolutely buzzing because it was the first free stuff we got," Harry shared. "I was like, 'I'm going to wear this Garage shirt every single day for the rest of my life' — and we did for a bit."
He was just excited to get some free shirts, which is always something to be happy about, but now we're picturing baby Hazza beaming with joy over some snazzy t-shirts after he just came off stage singing "Torn" with his bandmates. Crying forever.
Harry even took this story one step further by letting us in on the fact that he wrote a song on the new album dedicated to to these tops from The Garage. OK, he's totally kidding, but still, this is amazing.
"I may have shed a few tears", Harry joked. "It's about The Garage in Glasgow. It's a grime song about The Garage and a farewell to the garage hoody."
And now we need the guys to create this song for real, because it would be unforgettable.
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