Harry Styles sang “Ever Since New York” on this week’s SNL. The song is on his self-titled solo album, which is coming out next month. Earlier, Styles sang "Sign Of The Times" on SNL. See the video above of his performance of “Ever Since New York” on Saturday Night Live.
As Gossip Cop noted, this is the first time Styles has sung as a solo act on SNL. He has, however, appeared on the sketch comedy series three times before with One Direction. Styles and his bandmates first appeared on Saturday Night Live in 2012 when Sofia Vergara hosted the show.
They returned the next year when Paul Rudd fronted the program. During Rudd’s monologue, the actor said he wasn’t go to be upstaged by the boy band, and so he brought out his “Man Band,” which comprised his Anchorman 2 castmates Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, and David Koechner, and they had a sing-off of “Afternoon Delight” against One Direction.
Styles and One Direction came back in 2014 when Amy Adams hosted SNL. During that appearance, he and bandmates Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, and Zayn Malik danced in the sketch “Girlfriends Talk Show.”