WATCH: Prepare to fall more in love with Hozier - if that’s even possible

WATCH: Prepare to fall more in love with Hozier - if that’s even possible

Just when we thought Hozier has surpassed his limit with his hit song ‘Take Me To Church’ he does this.

The Bray singer appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon yesterday and performed this stripped-back version of the hit song.

Beware: You're going to have it on repeat all day.

Ellie Goulding also posted this cover yesterday with raving reviews from the man himself.

Enjoy:

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