See What Harry Styles Says About His Quarantine Experience With Zane Lowe on Apple Music

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Harry Styles has shared how he’s adjusted to life in quarantine, his new daily schedule, and what he’s been up to creatively.

Harry Styles recently did a FaceTime interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe. He expressed how it was a difficult adjustment, but not just because you have to isolate yourself from others. It’s fine when you’re sitting around and watching movies or reading books, but when reality sets in that this is a serious problem that people are unfortunately dying from, is when it all becomes a little more difficult.

Styles shared that he is currently staying with some friends and they have been trying to consistently order food for as long as they can to help support local businesses. He also said that he tries to maintain a routine to keep his head clear. He likes to meditate, read, and go for walks.

Recently, the singer decided to reschedule the European leg of his tour,

He decided to put his crew, fans, and his health first and rescheduled those dates until 2021. Styles still has not announced if the North American part of the tour will be rescheduled, since it does not start until the end of June.

Styles also admitted that he has been able to write more music and practice guitar. He believes that many artists will be producing great music during this isolation. He explained, “I think a lot of powerful music is going to come from that because ultimately you have people who have a need to express themselves through music and writing and film and so many different ways, who are now having a lot of extra time with no distractions.” He even made a playlist of songs that have been inspiring him during his self-quarantine.

Stay up to date with Harry Styles and check out his interview on Apple Music.