Harry Styles is becoming one of the icons of our generation, not only for the music he makes but also for his way of expressing himself and defying gender and using clothes and elements of any kind. His facet as an actor is also something that is characterizing him lately but, in this case, the focus is on what really represents him, his voice and his music.
Finally, after three years, we will hear Harry Styles’ songs again. The release of his third studio album already has a date. Harry’s House will be released on May 20th so we won’t have to wait too long to hear it.
On his social media Harry has shared the cover of the album where he is seen in a room upside down, standing on the ceiling while he has the furniture on his head. But not only he has shared this, the artist has also uploaded a video where you can see images of all kinds: a traffic jam, some flowers, the image of the public in one of his concerts and ending with Styles up on the stage of a theater. As expected from Harry, a surprising video that makes us want to wait for his album even more eagerly.
But, to whet your appetite, the first single from the album called As It Was will be released on April 1st. This is what Harry announced in a promotional photo on his social media. Many have doubted the veracity of the matter because it will be released on April Fools’ Day, but we are sure that it will not be a joke and that we will spend this weekend singing and dancing to this song.
With 28 years of age the British continues to enjoy success after Fine Line, released in December 2019. With it he has made history by breaking several records and has reached number 1 in the charts of more than 20 countries, accumulating a total of 5 billion global streams to date.
That album has gone double platinum and debuted at #1 in the U.S. on the Billboard 200 with over 478,000 copies sold, making history as the best-selling album in a single week by a male artist.
It was recently named one of the 500 greatest albums of all time by Rolling Stone magazine. Fine Line’ includes two platinum singles with Watermelon Sugar, which won the Grammy ‘Best Pop Solo Performance’ and Adore You which also received a Grammy nomination in the ‘Best Music Video’ category.