Hozier has revealed he is in a constant ''battle'' with his record label and management over his hair as they insist he wear it loose around his shoulders instead of tied up.
Hozier ''battles'' with his management over his hair.
The 'Take Me To Church' hitmaker has confessed his shoulder-length locks are a constant point of contention between him and his team as they insist he wear his hair loose for public appearances instead of tying it up.
He said: ''It's a constant battle I have with my manager and label. Every television show I do the hair 'has' to be down, apparently.''
Hair styling was an entirely new concept for Hozier, who admits he never gave much thought to his appearance before he made a name for himself in the music industry.
The Grammy Award-nominee, 24, now finds it stressful that so many labels are pressuring him to sport their designs.
He explained to The Sunday Times newspaper's Culture magazine: ''I'd never thought about how I looked, how I dressed, before all this. I had a winter coat, and a denim jacket.
''I'd turn up for something and go, 'Hey how about I just wear this jacket?' And now I've got clothing companies just flinging clothes at me. The stress of it.''
The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
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