Harry Styles is collaborating with Irish band Kodaline after being impressed by their live shows.
Harry Styles is collaborating with Kodaline.
The One Direction hunk was impressed with the Irish band - made up of Steve Garrigan, Jason Boland, Vincent May and Mark Prendergrast - after he saw them play live and decided he wanted to work with them while on a break from touring with his band.
Mark told The Sun newspaper: "He came along to one of our gigs, then showed up at another in LA.
"We ended up going into the studio - I can't remember who suggested it but it worked out well."
The 'High Hopes' band were impressed with Harry's attitude and insist the heartthrob - who was catapulted to the spotlight alongside Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne following their success on UK's 'X Factor' - is "just normal" and doesn't act like an egotistical superstar.
Mark added: "He's a nice lad, just normal. There was no big entourage or airs or graces or any of that, he really just wanted to make some music."
The curly-haired hunk, 20, also teamed up with John Legend recently, to pen a track for US 'X Factor' duo Alex and Sierra and is said to have been interested in writing for 5 Seconds Of Summer and girl band Neon Jungle.