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Chris Evans attends the 91st Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 24, 2019 in Hollywood, California.

There’s just something about a very attractive man playing the piano that makes the internet collectively swoon — in this case, it’s Chris Evans.

Evans, 40, has been posting himself practicing piano for almost a year now, adding a saved story section on his Instagram page of his piano progress. In the videos, Evans practices whatever song he decides to play that day, all while staring directly into the camera into our souls.

Evans recently posted a video of himself playing on a rainy day:

One fan wrote, “giant teddy bear playing a piano is chris evans in a nutshell,” sharing a gif of the Captain America star of his recent piano endeavor.

“Chris Evans looking directly at the camera whilst playing the piano with a cute smile on his face makes my heart melt every single time,” wrote another Twitter user of his latest video.

One fan wrote, “Chris Evans should upload a 10 hours YouTube video of him playing the piano and being himself and I would watch that on a loop for the rest of my life.”

The first video that Evans posted was music by Italian pianist and composer Fabrizio Paterlini, known for his melancholic piano music.

Another well-done piano rendition of: “Purple Rain on a Sunny Day.”

“Why is Chris Evans so perfect,” wrote another fan.

As we earlier reported, Chris Evans has been cast as the voice of Buzz Lightyear in Disney and Pixar’s upcoming flick, LIGHTYEAR — out next June.

Chris Evans shared his excitement for the animated film, writing on Twitter, “I’m covered in goosebumps. And will be every time I watch this trailer. Or hear a Bowie song. Or have any thought whatsoever between now and July cause nothing has ever made me feel more joy and gratitude than knowing I’m a part of this and it’s basically always on my mind💙🚀💫” He then revised the release date to June in another tweet:

In another tweet, Evans, 40, got nostalgic about his childhood writing, “Animated movie were an enormous part of my childhood. They were my escape. My adventures. My dreams. They were my first window into the magic of storytelling and performing.” The Knives Out actor included a screenshot of a statement he shared, giving thanks to Pixar and animated film director Angus MacLane.