Everything We Know About Harry Styles's New Album, "Harry's House"

It seems like it was just yesterday that Harry Styles released his sophomore album, "Fine Line," and here we are with a third album on the way. In fact, it's been nearly two and a half years since "Fine Line" came out, and we've all been through a lot during that time. Styles stayed booked and busy, filming a couple of movies, going on tour, and putting together his forthcoming album. Throughout all of this, he's only managed to increase his popularity, drawing in more fans every day.

Styles is usually pretty quiet on social media, but his Twitter and Instagram lit up on March 23 when he announced his new album — sending Harries into a spiral of anticipation and prompting them to frantically pull together every penny to buy all the merch and concert tickets we know are coming. The album's first single, "As It Was," dropped soon after, on April 1.

On April 28, Styles revealed the full tracklist for the album, which includes 13 songs. Read on for everything we know about the upcoming release.

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Harry Styles's Third Album Title

Styles's forthcoming album is called "Harry's House." A notoriously private person, Styles hasn't revealed the inspiration behind the name (and he might never). His first album was titled "Harry Styles," and his second album was called "Fine Line," with a track on the album of the same name.

The announcement for "Harry's House" came with a trailer, which sees Styles enter a theater and walk on stage as a set shaped like a house is lifted up around him. It could mean that he feels at home on stage. He's said many times during his concerts that performing on stage is his favorite thing to do, so calling the stage his home makes sense.

"Harry's House" Cover Art
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"Harry's House" Cover Art

With the announcement of "Harry's House," Styles shared what is assumed to be the cover art, which features him wearing cozy clothes in a room where everything is upside down. The album has been teased for the past few weeks with a project called "You Are Home." Newspaper ads started popping up around the world with artwork resembling the album artwork. They were created by illustrator Maggie Cowles. A website also appeared with a door on it that, every day, would open to a different backdrop. Now that we have the album art, we know that the door opens to the room Styles is in. A Twitter account has been created and is sharing what fans assume are lyrics from upcoming songs. There's also a Discord server and an Instagram, making this a complete social media takeover.

Styles did something similar when he released "Adore You" from "Fine Line" in late 2019. He and Columbia Records created a fake island called Eroda (Adore spelled backward, of course) and started sprinkling clues on the internet. It got plenty of people — even those outside the fandom — talking and trying to figure out what it could mean. It all came together with the release of the song's video, which takes viewers to a faraway land called Eroda.

"Harry's House" Singles
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"Harry's House" Singles

On March 28, Styles announced on Twitter that the first song off the album, "As It Was," would release on April 1 at midnight in the UK. The tweet included three photos of Styles's back from the accompanying music video. At the same time, posters went up in cities around the world that read, "It's not the same as it was." The "You Are Home" account had previously tweeted, "In this world, it's just us, you know it's not the same as it was," which turns out to be a lyric from the song.

The music video was released along with the new song. Styles revealed that he recorded the track in his friend's living room and that the new song features the voice of his goddaughter, Ruby.

"Harry's House" Tracklist
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"Harry's House" Tracklist

On April 28, Styles tweeted out the tracklist for the album. In order, the songs are:

  1. "Music For a Sushi Restaurant"
  2. "Late Night Talking"
  3. "Grapejuice"
  4. "As It Was"
  5. "Daylight"
  6. "Little Freak"
  7. "Matilda"
  8. "Cinema"
  9. "Daydreaming"
  10. "Keep Driving"
  11. "Satellite"
  12. "Boyfriends"
  13. "Love of My Life"

Styles previously performed "Late Night Talking" and "Boyfriends" during his two headlining shows at Coachella.

"Harry's House" Collaborations
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"Harry's House" Collaborations

While Styles's first two albums didn't include collaborations, he's shared the stage with the likes of Lizzo, Stormzy, Stevie Nicks, and Kacey Musgraves in the past. Could "Harry's House" be the first time we see him share a track with someone since becoming a solo artist? There's a first time for everything.

Some fans have speculated that he could work with Maggie Rogers on a song after seeing how similar some of their promotional imagery is. The tracklist information Styles shared didn't include any other artists' names, so we'll have to wait and see if he's holding out on us.

"Harry's House" Release Date
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"Harry's House" Release Date

"Harry's House" is set to drop on May 20. To celebrate its release, Styles is performing a special "One Night Only in New York" show at UBS Arena on Long Island, NY, on May 20. All tickets will be available for $25, including taxes and fees. He also added a "One Night Only in London" show at O2 Academy Brixton for May 24.

"Harry's House" Tour
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"Harry's House" Tour

Styles loves the stage, so he'll, of course, be touring this album. He already has dates in place for the UK, Europe, and South America this summer as a continuation of his Love On Tour. The tour was originally scheduled to take place in 2020 but was impacted by the pandemic. After multiple rescheduled dates, Love On Tour only traveled around the US in fall 2021. Now, the UK shows will take place in June, followed by Europe then South America, wrapping up in December.

Fans assumed that Styles wouldn't be playing North American dates this year, but on May 5 the singer announced a new batch of shows. In the late summer and fall, he'll play 10 dates in New York City, 10 dates in Los Angeles, two dates in Toronto, five dates in Austin, and five dates in Chicago. That's on top of his "One Night Only" shows in New York and London right after the album releases.