Harry Styles fans, prepare yourselves — the "Late Night Talking" music video is finally here. On July 11, the "Harry's House" singer dropped a whimsical 12-second teaser for the then-forthcoming clip on YouTube. And on July 13, he released the full dreamy visual, which takes fans on a ride as Styles hits up an art exhibit, a grassy field, a slumber party, and the streets of London.
Comfortably dressed in his pajamas, the singer rolls around in bed for most of the music video as he encounters a pillow fight and cloudy thunderstorm while singing along to his upbeat tune. Fans also pointed out that scenes from the new visual share a close resemblance to two other music videos from Styles: "Lights Up," released in 2019; and "Watermelon Sugar," dropped in 2020.
The pop star's latest release comes a few weeks after he and "The Late Late Show" host James Corden dropped a homemade music video for "Daylight." Though that clip was shot in three hours — and on a $300 budget — Styles went all out for "Late Night Talking."
According to a February report from NME, Styles was spotted filming the video on a colorful king-size bed on wheels outside of Buckingham Palace. Photos captured the singer dressed in pajamas with two musicians seated on the moving mattress with him, which finally explains why he was stopping London traffic with such an odd concept.
"Late Night Talking" is the latest song from "Harry's House" to get the music-video treatment. Styles is currently gearing up for the latest leg of his "Love on Tour" tour, which kicks off in Toronto on Aug. 15. The four-month tour has multiple dates set in New York City; Austin, TX; and Los Angeles. Styles also has two big movie releases later this year: "My Policeman" and "Don't Worry Darling," starring his girlfriend, Olivia Wilde.
In the meantime, watch the "Late Night Talking" video above.