Harry Styles says his upcoming debut solo album is now his favourite record to listen to.
An accompanying music video for Sign Of The Times was filmed in Scotland around Isle of Skye, and is directed by notable French director/musician Yoann Lemoine. It's happened a couple of times...
We couldn't be more excited for you, Hazza.
A "nervous" Harry Styles unveiled his debut solo single on Friday, the singer's first own music release since hugely popular boy band One Direction announced it was taking a break.
Comments on Twitter include: 'DO YOU HEAR MY TEARS I LOVE THIS SONG! So I did have a bit of a minute of, like, 'hmmm...'
Anyway, apparently, the levels of secrecy were so high that not even Harry's former One Direction bandmates got to have a first listen. "So I'm very happy for him". "By the end of the movie - because we were swimming so much - I just wanted to write songs".
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Harry also opened up on his best and worst dating habits, admitting he snores during his sleep, while he described his four nipples - two of which are, in fact, just dark marks on his chest - as being his best trait.
Speaking to Radio 1 ahead of the release of his solo single Sign Of The Times Styles said she gave him the album and said, "I did some pretty cool stuff when I was 21, good luck". "It's impossible to go in without a perception of someone and you've never met them and I started feeling like that was wrong and weird".
"I'm officially dead #SignOfTheTimes is so good! I try and not be there if Im playing it my Mum liked it which was handy". I am so proud to call you my idol!
"I think in toilets is the weirdest one. He's one of the most talented dudes I know". Styles said in an interview with BBC Radio 1, that his upcoming album, which he went to Jamaica to record, is his "favourite album to listen to at the moment". And I love that show.
To which Harry replied: "I think I'd take the gunge". "I'm lucky, I have incredible friends and my family's unbelievable so I think they make it easier to keep the separation between the two which makes it easier for me".
"I think we wrote about 70 songs". And really, do we blame them?