Say farewell to the “Fine Line” era, because cryptic tweets and a promotional video for Harry Styles’ third studio album have all hit the internet.
“whisper to your houseplants sing to your neighbors”@youarehome on Twitter
The new album “Harry’s House” is set to release on May 20, with 13 tracks and the album cover showing Styles standing in a room with upside furniture and scratching his chin.
While an announcement for the album was just made on March 23, fans of the singer have been doing detective work for months now, particularly after finding the website You are Home. Visit the website and a door will swing partially open, revealing an image in the background.
Since the website has gone live, an accompanying Instagram account has posted what fans have worked out to be book covers. The first image shows part of the book cover of “Nature and Selected Essays” by Ralph Waldo Emerson.
To date, Harry Styles has released two studio albums, the self-titled “Harry Styles” in 2017 and “Fine Line” in 2019 to widespread commercial success. The pop singer also finished the North American leg of Love on Tour this past November at the UBS Arena and will start the European leg in June.
Harry also announced the album’s lead single, “As It Was,” on March 28 with a release date of April 1, leaving fans giddy in anticipation.
Fans also began to anticipate new music when it was announced that Harry Styles would be one of Coachella’s headline performers. It’s possible that Styles will be performing a new single along with music from “Fine Line” at the festival.
New music rumors were also sparked when the singer was seen filming a video in London this past February, being wheeled around in a bed. The video was given the codename “Duvet” by the production crew.
With all of the buzz on the internet, Harry’s House is sure to be one of Styles’ most listened-to album releases to date. To everyone that is hoping to get tickets for a tour this time around: