Harry Styles strips completely naked to flog new album Fine Line

Harry Styles has gone in a new direction for his second album – and his album artwork is certainly eye-catching.

The British singer decided to ditch the clothing and pose in his birthday suit to promote new release Fine Line.

The 25-year-old dropped the artwork for his solo project last night on social media, and caused quite a stir when the pictures featured him starkers.

In one shot the former One Direction star is seen lying on the floor with his leg strategically covering his modesty.

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With his arm outstretched, he flaunts his heavily tattooed body and keeps his eyes shut.

Taking to Twitter, he captioned the post: "Fine Line. The Album. Dec 13."

While the majority of fans were excited about new music from the Signs of the Times hitmaker, many couldn't tear themselves away from Harry's naked body.

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Taking to social media, one exclaimed: "How am I going to tell my mum about this?"

Another gushed: "I'm losing my brain – what have you done?"

"I can't breathe," a third wrote.

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Earlier this year, the star opened up about shedding his boyband image and moving forward as a solo artist.

"While I was in the band,” he told Rolling Stones magazine, "I was constantly scared I might sing a wrong note. I felt so much weight in terms of not getting things wrong.

"I remember when I signed my record deal and I asked my manager, 'What happens if I get arrested? Does it mean the contract is null and void?'

"Now, I feel like the fans have given me an environment to be myself and grow up and create this safe space to learn and make mistakes."

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