What Is Harry Styles's "Music For a Sushi Restaurant" About?
Something we love about Styles is his ability to create a song that's a little bit of nonsense with a nonsense title. Enter: "Music For a Sushi Restaurant." Styles told NPR, "I was in a sushi restaurant in LA with my producer and one song came on from the last album. I said 'This is really strange music for a sushi restaurant,' then I thought, 'That would be a really fun title,' so as the song was being made [it stuck]."
In this scat-filled song that opens the album, Styles hits you right off the bat by singing, "Green eyes, fried rice, I could cook an egg on you." The song, while a total blast, doesn't give much in terms of lyrics. Styles sings of love and wanting a taste, so it seems safe to chock this one up to a bit of horniness and a lot of fun in the studio.