You'll soon be able to have Harry Styles read you bedtime stories

Brenda Watkins
July 7, 2020

The One Direction star has voiced a sleep-encouraging story for meditation app Calm and you'll be able to listen to it from July 8.

The tweet, which has since received more than 92,000 likes, sent fans of the "Watermelon Sugar" singer wild, with many rushing to comment on the exciting news.

"It's here, Harry Styles Dream With Me, 8 July 2020", it reads.

Meanwhile, @_hazlovestommo said that despite knowing they'd hear Styles' voice in the clips, the sound of the singer still made them shiver.

Harry has been an ardent supporter of mental health, especially in young people, and has backed the app for helping people, so it makes ideal sense he's offering up his time.

If you've ever had any trouble nodding off to sleep, you might already be familiar with Calm's, which launched back in 2016 and have a range of star-studded narrators, including Nick Offerman, Lucy Liu, Stephen Fry, and Matthew McConaughey. Literally can't thank you enough for this for bringing up the blissful into my life, our life.

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According to the teaser, Harry will narrate sleep stories for fans.

"OMFG IM SCREAMING I THOUGHT THIS APP WAS SUPPOSED TO MAKE ME CALM", joked one.

On Sunday, Calm teased the collaboration with a tweet that featured a series of emojis including a watermelon, z's, a book, "soon" and a bed, alongside with the words: "This Wednesday".

Calm, for those of you who haven't tried it, is a meditation and relaxation app with access to recording to help soothe your mind.

"If you do not wish to continue into a yearly subscription at the end of the trial period, please be sure to cancel at least 24 hours before the free trial ends".

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