Harry Styles Releases New Song 'Lights Up' Just To Bless Your Day

Harry Styles’ New Site Is Doling Out Compliments For World Mental Health Day

Harry Styles’ New Site Is Doling Out Compliments For World Mental Health Day

Twitter has been having a collective meltdown since Styles first hinted that his new album was coming.

"All the lights couldn't put out the dark running through my heart / Lights up, and they know who you are". The website was especially created for World Mental Health Day but also led to speculations of a new project by Styles.

In the video, a shirtless Harry dances with a group of men and women, and we just weren't prepared, tbh. "You are happy with something and then someone who you respect so much and look up to is, like: "I really like this", he told The Face.

Styles returned to Instagram on Thursday after a one-year absence to promote the release of the video with three steamy pics from the shoot.

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Lights Up is the first tune to be drawn from Harry's as-yet-untitled second solo album, which he has actually been dealing with because November 2018.

"Love the song. Love the meaning of it. Love the music video". Styles is no stranger to statement lead singles: He introduced his debut albumHarry Styleswith "Sign of the Times", a almost six-minute-long piece of feathery, melodramatic rock balladry.

When questioned about the potential of a One Direction reunion, Harry said: "I don't think I'd ever say I'd never do it again, because I don't feel that way". The Sign of The Times singer also admitted that while he was recording the album in a Malibu studio, he used magic mushrooms, laid down on the grass, and listened to Paul McCartney's Ram in the sunshine.

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