Harry Styles has unveiled his highly anticipated third solo album and set the release date for May 20 on Columbia and Erskine Records.
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon, the 28-year-old singer shared the album’s name – Harry’s House – as well as the release date, trailer and the official album artwork, which has the pop superstar scratching his chin standing on the ceiling of an upside-down living room. The 40-second trailer video sees Styles walking onstage at an empty theatre as a yellow house set design is hoisted up behind him. You can watch the video below:
The thirteen-track album is the follow-up to 2019’s Fine Line and is rumoured to be “themed around the idea of home.”
One of Harry Styles idols, Joni Mitchell, included a song called ‘Harry’s House/Centerpiece’ on her 1975 album ‘The Hissing of Summer Lawns’ and gave the album her stamp of approval by tweeting that she “loved the title”. In another tweet, she shared the opening verse of her 1975 song.
The ‘Watermelon sugar’ singer was recently spotted outside Buckingham Palace filming a music video with a giant bed as one of the props. He teased the project with cryptic social media activity. First, he followed an Instagram account called You Are Home. Then later, a new website with the same name.
Later this year, Styles is embarking on a worldwide tour with support from Wolf Alice, Arlo Parks and Mitski. In addition, he will be headlining the iconic Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April.
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