This just in: Harry Styles releases his first solo track, 'Sign of the Time'

Listen to the song here


Entertainment Desk April 07, 2017
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Attention all Harry Styles fans!

Former One Direction member Harry Styles has just dropped his first solo track!

Titled, Sign of the Time, the single is a slow number, with Harry's usual raspy vocals and oh my, it is so very soothing!

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For quite some time, the busy-bee Harry hasn't been in the public eye as he has been working on his latest album and is about to make his Hollywood debut in Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk.

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Now, during a 2-hour interview with Nick Grimshaw on BBC Radio 1, the Little Things crooner has talked about his love life and his inspirations about his latest album.

Harry was nervous about the public's reaction on him riding solo. Commenting on the matter, he said, "It's a bit weird, I feel like I've been hibernating for so long now and you hear it in the safety of the studio and now it's time to give birth … it's the song (debut single) I'm most proud of writing."

He further added, "In the least weird way possible, it's my favourite album to listen to at the moment… I think if you put out something that you don't stand behind and really love…then if it doesn't go well then you could regret not doing what you wanted to do. Whereas if nothing happens with it, I love it you know so I think that's what you should do."

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On what inspired the album, Harry added:

"I think a lot of people, especially at labels separate it because they work in music that it's a broader understanding of music than people who are listening… I think we are all fans of music and I think we made it as the fan… I hope we did a good job but I really like the album so I hope people like it."

Well, we do!

Listen to the song here:


 

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