Harry Styles’ New Album ‘Harry’s House’ Has Arrived: Stream It Now
The highly anticipated LP arrived Friday, May 20.
After two months of teasing via social media followed by a glittering single and a triumphant Coachella headlining set, the wait for Harry Styles’ third album has finally ended. Harry’s House is officially available to stream as of Friday (May 20).
The arrival of Harry’s House was preceded by “As It Was,” the lead single from the project. The song reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart following its April 1 release and maintained the top spot for three weeks.
Styles gave Harry’s House tracks “As It Was,” “Boyfriends,” “Late Night Talking” and never-before-heard track “Daylight” a spin during his performance on TODAY the day before his third solo album dropped, kicking off the morning show’s annual summer concert series. He also chatted with the show hosts Hoda Kotb, Savannah Guthrie and Carson Daly about the album, and shared that Harry’s House is his most personal release thus far.
” I feel like it’s a collection all my favorite things and very similar to the album I’ve always longed to make, so it’s really happy,” Styles stated. It’s the most personal record that I have ever made, I believe. It was definitely the most intimately created thing I’ve ever done. It was obviously made by a few people in a small room. It was made by a handful of people in a small room .”
A Rockefeller Plaza fan also wanted to know which album was the most difficult for him to create. The TODAY hosts gathered his answer. “Boyfriends,” explained the Grammy winner. “There were many versions of it. We were trying to find the best version of the album. There were many different arrangements .”
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Listen to Styles’ new album, Harry’s House, below.
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