Harry Styles' legs are tentacles for a sushi restaurant in new must-see video

Music for whatever you want
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Here’s a sentence we never thought we'd say. Have you seen Harry Styles and his full-fledged mer-squid body in his "Music for a Sushi Restaurant" music video? Because once you do, you can’t unsee it.

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Not only is Styles sporting a full-on beard for the visual,  but he participates in some questionable activities and has the lower body half of a squid/mermaid, so we’re going with mer-squid.

After being discovered by the owners of a restaurant, Harry does his best to avoid being turned into sushi by singing his way out. Which transpires into him actually getting the restaurant workers to help glisten him up into the sparkly singing sea creature that he is.

When discussing with NPR the meaning behind the song back in May, Styles shared, "I was in a sushi restaurant in Los Angeles with my producer and one of our songs came on from the last album," he said. "I was like, 'This is really strange music for a sushi restaurant.' And then I was like — that would be a really fun album title, but then as the song started being made I kind of just set on 'Music for a Sushi Restaurant.’"

Check out the tentacular music video above, and some of the internets reactions below.

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