Harry Styles teased his fans as he went shirtless in his new music video.

The former One Direction star released the long-awaited video for his latest single Golden on Monday and it has already attracted the attention of his superfans.

The dreamy video was filmed in the Amalfi Coast and saw plenty of scenes of topless Harry running wild.

His followers were swooning over the heartthrob as he showed off his incredible sense of style throughout the lighthearted video.

He wore an open linen shirt and matching shorts with canvas-style trainers, making sure his amazing range of tattoos were on full display.

Harry Styles wore an open shirt to showcase his abs
He showed off his tattoos

Later in the clip, Harry was seen sitting in the water wearing just a pair of patterned shorts and showcasing his washboard abs.

He wore a simple beaded necklace to show off his unique fashion sense and sang in the water before disappearing underneath.

Close-up shots focused in on his chiselled abs as he sang the lyrics of his brand new song.

The singer went underwater
He surprised fans with his hunky physique

One wrote: "We are about to get blessed with one of the best masterpieces this world will ever witness."

Another shared: "I used to be a fan, but after hearing this masterpiece, I'm a whole air conditioner."

"Sometimes I imagine how lucky his Soulmate would be.." a third fan gushed.

He showed off his chiselled frame
The star is well known for his iconic fashion sense

Ahead of the video's release, the pop star shared a seductive snap of himself biting on a glove, with the sentence: "GOLDEN. OUT NOW," written next to it.

Harry's single is already certified by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and it's his follow-up single to Watermelon Sugar and Adore You.

It's already a successful hit for the star after Watermelon Sugar topped the Billboard Hot 100, marking the singer's first ever number 1 on the chart.

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