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Just 14 tweets that prove Hozier has the most wholesome Twitter account

The man is just really in love with the moon and it’s great.

WE ALL KNOW that Andrew Hozier Byrne is an incredibly gifted musician. But did you also know that he has one of the most wholesome Twitter accounts in the land?

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As we eagerly await his second album here are 14 tweets which prove that Hozier is just a  sound and funny man.

1. He’s not quite sure how to slide into our DMs.

We’re here for it though.

2. He just really loves the moon.

It really fits with his image as King of the Forest in fairness.

3. And the sea

I feel like if Hozier was my personal trainer I might actually go to the gym given how bloody enthusiastic is.

4. He seems to have everyone under his spell.

Who here WOULDN’T give Hozier their dungarees?

5. He can appreciate our wildlife in a unique way.

‘Brazen little git’ is an insult that is not used enough in my opinion.

6. He’s very good at throwing the odd bit of shade.

I want to send this to every troll who has ever wandered into my mentions uninvited.

7. Even if that shade can be incredibly convoluted.

*Goes to build headstone immediately.*

8. He knows the struggle of Leaving Cert Irish.

All we need after that sentence is ‘go tobann’ and we’ve got a C1 essay on our hands lads.

9. And that household objects tend to have a mind of their own.

Everyone’s scissors seem to have a mind of their own.

10.  He does turn those oddities into the nicest sentiments though.

11. Or just make you wonder what he’s found out.

WHAT WAS ON THE PAD HOZIER?

12. He knows exactly what late night tweeting is all about.

This is the late night content that we all need in our lives.

13. And he’s not shy about supporting women everywhere.

14. In any way he can.

We love you Hozier.

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