After a long, two years wait, Harry Styles has finally released his second solo album Friday.
Fine Line is a 12-track album and he previously released “Lights Up,” “Watermelon Sugar,” and “Adore You.” These songs are joined by “Golden,” “Cherry,” “To Be So Lonely,” “Sunflower Vol.6,” “She,” “Treat People With Kindness,” “Falling,” “Canyon Moon,” and “Fine Line.” So far, the only songs to have music videos are “Lights Up” and “Adore You.”
Styles spent six weeks recording Fine Line at the Shangri-La studio in Malibu. While recording, Styles was seen wearing bell-bottom jeans and take strolls on the beach. Over the past two months Styles has been promoting the album, tweeting for the first time in five months and hosting and performing on Saturday Night Live. This past week, Styles filled in for James Corden by hosting the Late Late Show.
The singer sat down with Rolling Stones to discuss the tracks of the new album and said, “The overall arc is just that I tried to redefine what success means to me. I tried to rewire what I thought about it. A lot changes in two years, especially after coming out of the band and just working out what life is now. I feel so much freer, making this album — you get to a place where you feel happy even if the song is about the time when you weren’t that happy.”