The 37-year-old singer thinks the 'Watermelon Sugar' hitmaker is ''really f***ing cool'' and praised Harry for ''doing his own thing''.
He said: ''I love Tame Impala, I think King Princess is super dope. I love everything that Harry Styles is doing I'm like, 'Whoa! This is really f***ing cool!' This is an artist I like that's sort of doing his own thing, not following a bunch of trends, not getting sucked into people-pleasing, it sounds like he's doing it for himself and I think that's a similar path that I'm on.''
And when it comes to his own music, Adam doesn't feel he has a ''set style''.
He added: ''I don't tend to have a set style, I always like being inspired by something like my dad's crazy record collection, and remembering the stuff that was played around the house ... I started recognising that some of my favourite contemporary artists that I was listening to, were all referencing the past in a really beautiful way and I was inspired by that.''
And Adam admits it was ''a little bit like unchartered territory'' when he first joined the music industry as a queer man and it was ''also a bit scary''.
Speaking to the Spring / Summer 2020 issue of Rollacoaster Magazine, he shared: ''It was a little bit like unchartered territory, and it was exciting because I knew that it was a change, but it was also a bit scary ... The queer movement in music is like a whole niche now, it's this whole thing and what I love is that it's both a niche like a sub-category but it's also mainstream.''
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