Harry Styles talks Joni Mitchell, The Cribs writing for One Direction and more in an interview on Nardwuar

Harry Styles has been interviewed by Nardwuar – check out the interview below, where he discusses Joni Mitchell, The Cribs and more.

The interview took place backstage at Coachella earlier this year, where Styles played a few headlining sets, covering One Direction with Lizzo and Shania Twain.

During the interview, Styles told Nardwuar about the time he went to Joni Mitchell’s house and performed a version of his song ‘River’ in front of the iconic singer.

“He did a Christmas carol once and the amazing Brandi Carlile invited me,” Styles revealed, “it was really fun.”

“I wasn’t going to sing anything, and then Brandi offered me to sing ‘River,’ which was one of the most painful moments of my life.”

Speaking about how The Cribs wrote songs for One Direction but then ended up keeping them to themselves, Styles added: “That was, I think, 2012-2013. I had a few friends who were friends with them [Ryan Jarman] and we talked him into writing something. I don’t think it would end up happening, but I like The Cribs.”

Watch the full interview below.

Discussing his singing for One Direction last year, Gary Jarman told NME: “There were definitely talks between our managers, and me and Ryan were supposed to go to LA and London to write something, but our their schedules conflict with each other.

“In reality ‘Burning For No One’ and ‘An Ivory Hand’ were meant for One Direction on a show, but since the sessions didn’t happen we didn’t use them ourselves.”

On the other hand, Florence Pugh has criticized the approach to her sex scenes with Styles in the upcoming psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling.

Directed by Olivia Wilde, the film follows young couple Alice (Pugh) and Jack Chambers (Styles) in the 1950s, whose happy marriage begins to unravel when she becomes suspicious of her husband’s work on a secret project.

The sex scenes between Pugh and Styles have drawn a lot of attention, and director Wilde said last year that she wanted viewers to “understand how little you see of women’s hunger, and specifically of the kind this is female pleasure” on the screens. .

However, speaking to Harpers Bazaar, Pugh said that he does not want Don’t Worry Darling to be “reduced” to sexual scenes.

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