Harry Styles - Harry Styles Album Review

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It seems like it was forever ago that Harry Styles and Taylor Swift dated. It's a huge leap from One Direction.

In a May 12, 2017 interview with BBC 1 Radio's The Breakfast Show with host Nick "Grimmie" Grimshaw, Styles was asked if the song was indeed about Swift, and Styles clearly wasn't prepared to answer. Styles said with a sheepish grin.

Harry's self-titled debut solo album is out now.

"HARRY F****** DID A STAGE DIVE AND KICKED ME IN THE HEAD WITH HIS GUCCI SHOE THANK F****** GOD", one happy concert-goer wrote on Twitter.

Another track Styles explained was "Woman", which begins with a rather odd voice-over track that says, "Should we just search romantic comedies on Netflix and see what we find?"

Tess Ward has been a social media notable even before the release of her first cookbook in June of 2015.

Harley WeirFor the past week, fans have been speculating that "Two Ghosts", a song on Harry Styles' new solo album, is about his brief relationship with Taylor Swift. Why?

"You got that James Dean daydream look in your eye/ And I got that red lip classic thing that you like/ And when we go crashing down, we come back every time/ 'Cause we never go out of style", Swift sings in her hit song "Style". "Then his security pulls me aside to give me water and help me and then they take me to meet him and he talks to me and kept apologising".

"I would say yes", Styles replied, adding that Mason could play on his live tour.

She posted on Twitter: 'So Harry chose to stage dive and I was in the front row next to his mic and his whole body landed on me and then girls piled on to him.

The 10-track album includes "Sign of the Times", the lead single he released earlier in the month.

Harry Styles thinks it would be "naive" to have written off the opinions of his devoted female fan base when making his new music. Maybe we didn't hear "Two Ghosts" until now because Harry Styles didn't have a solo record until now.

Katie described the overall effect as "a bit of a roller coaster of a sound, but a complete departure from the high energy pop tracks his fans are used to him cranking out", concluding: "It's a good change".