Everything we know about Harry Styles' hot new album

By Doris Daga

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Today, Harry Styles released the anticipated single As It Was from his new album Harry's House. Here's everything we know about his new record as Harry-mania continues to thrive

We're all obsessed with Harry Styles. From his One Direction days to now Grammy winner and critically acclaimed songwriter, it is no secret that we are as excited as ever to see what he'll be releasing next.


Since his last album Fine Line, which brought us hits like Watermelon Sugar and Adore You, Harry has clearly gone his own way in terms of pop music.

For his latest album release, Harry and his team started the cryptic @youarehome Instagram page, featuring doors with hidden images behind them. In less than two weeks, the Instagram page has racked up 730k followers and created an easter-egg-speculation phenomenon on TikTok.

What does it mean? We don't exactly know yet, however, the fifth post revealed a sliver of what we now know is the album art, so we're definitely keeping our eyes peeled for more clues.

The single As It Was has been teased with a TikTok that has already reached 4.7 million views in less than 24 hours. A 1980s inspired, synth-pop record, Styles seems to be stepping more into the mainstream.

The album, Harry's House, is set to be released on the 20th of May, and as he begins the European leg of his sold-out Love on Tour, these tickets will be hotter than ever as he is set to play songs from the new record.

Styles is also headlining both weekends of the popular California music festival Coachella, so we are not the only ones to think he might play an unreleased song or two.

From his debut album Harry Styles to Fine Line to now Harry's House, Styles has quickly become one of the most influential artists in the world, with his rockstar attitude, undeniable lyrics, and frankly absolutely stellar performances.

At this rate, Harry Styles is set to become the voice of a generation, and we can't wait to hear what he's going to say next.