After some not-so-subtle clues and teases, Harry Styles has returned with his first new music in two years, and with it, he's inviting everyone to join him in the light. The hunky 25-year-old former boy bander has released his new song "Lights Up" and it comes with a sexy new music video to boot.
In it, Harry writhes around with a group of men and women, wears sequins, croons from the back of a motorbike and is eventually stopped by police.
"All the lights couldn't put out the dark / Runnin' through my heart", the shirtless and oiled up singer belts out.More news: U.S. envoy to testify in impeachment probe, against State Dept order
"Just hours ago, a site labeled 'Do You Know Who You Are" surfaced online which creates supportive messages when a user enters their name. The R&B track is produced by Tyler Johnson, who has also worked with Styles on songs like "Signs of Time" and "Kiwi'".
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He said: "It's a double-edged thing".More news: Pres Macron opens the Global Fund 6th Replenishment Conference
Stevie has described the highly anticipated follow up LP as "spectacular", and she claimed it is a world away from the music he made with One Direction - and indeed from the material on his first standalone effort.
"You've heard it so much by this point, you forget that people haven't heard it before". It's pure Harry, as Harry would say.
Styles previously said the record is "all about having sex and feeling sad". It's hard to not feel like you've done what you've set out to do.More news: Angelina Jolie Helps Mend Strain Relationship Between Brad Pitt & Maddox
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