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Harry Styles
Fine Line
{RAR + ZIP} Harry Styles Fine Line Album Download Leak Today ! Fine Line, the second solo album from the former One Direction member, will be released on Dec. 13. Styles recently did his first double-duty appearance on Saturday Night Live as both host and performer, and he will also host The Late Late Show With James Corden on Dec. 10. "Before Release", download your favorite album before the release date in high mp3 quality.

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Album Updated Tracks: 01 Golden 02 Watermelon Sugar 03 Adore You 04 Lights Up 05 Cherry 06 Falling 07 To Be So Lonely 08 She 09 Sunflower, Vol. 6 10 Canyon Moon 11 Treat People with Kindness 12 Fine Line If Harry Styles raised the bar with his superb self-titled solo debut in 2017, then his sophomore album takes the bar, loads it into a rocket and shoots it up to the moon. Shortly before release, the buzz single "Lights Up" was promoted by billboards and the caption "Do You Know Who You Are?" in several cities around the world.[4] The song was released on 11 October 2019 as the lead single of the album. Styles officially announced the release on his social media on 4 November 2019.[5] Styles promoted the album on the 16 November 2019 episode of NBC's Saturday Night Live as both a host and a musical guest.[6] On the 2 December 2019 Styles revealed the trailer for his official lead single "Adore You" which was narrated by Spanish superstar Rosalía. The song and music video were released on December 6. That Harry has fully located himself in LA is immediately evident, not least as opener ‘Golden’ is far more suited to a trip down a sun-soaked West Coast highway than a literally soaking M6. Similarly, the plucked guitars of ‘To Be So Lonely’ (with the wonderfully tongue-in-cheek delivery of line “I’m just an arrogant son of a bitch”) and the Americana strum of ‘Canyon Moon’ with its campfire handclaps evoke warmer climes. Elsewhere, it’s a joyous study in classic songwriting, whether using Beatles-like rhyming couplets to tell Britpop-style quotidian stories on the gloriously epic ‘She’, the Vampire Weekend-like rhythms of the confusingly-named ‘Sunflower’ (it’s not a cover), the wonderfully kitsch ‘70s Motown stomp that is ‘Treat People With Kindness’, or the Mark Ronson-esque brass funk of ‘Adore You’. Add to that the claustrophobic ‘Cherry’, its folky plucked guitars becoming almost motorik in their repetition, the anxiety-fuelled ‘Falling’ (“What if I’m someone I don’t want around?”) and the impeccably-timed tension of the six-plus-minute closing title track. Not unlike having watched his earliest moves week-by-week on TV way back when, ‘Fine Line’ is a compelling document of an artist coming to life. It’s his most honest songwriting yet While many musicians are reluctant to write about their private lives, often sending messages through symbolism and tacit imagery, with Fine Line, Harry has proven that he is not one of them. Instead of holding his cards close to his chest, he scatters them on the table and asks you to take a good look. Lyrics like “I don’t wanna be alone” (“Golden”) and “What am I now?” (“Falling”) invite us into the mind of someone on the brink of a breakup. While asking “Do you think it’s easy being of the jealous kind?” and referring to himself as an “arrogant son of a bitch” in “To Be So Lonely” reveals a new side to Harry’s character we haven't seen, or heard, before. The album is not all sadness and sorrow, though. Styles buzzes with positive energy on the massive, brassy single “Watermelon Sugar” and the penultimate “Treat People With Kindness.” The latter is a dancey rock number that opens with what can only be described as a “Bohemian Rhapsody”-like a cappella chorale, and closes with Styles channeling his inner Beatle by shouting, “All together now!” and letting out a loud shriek. “Sunflower, Vol. 6” is Styles’ biggest departure from One Direction to date, ignoring pop music’s standard verse-chorus-verse-chorus structure and instead going full indie. It could easily pass as a Vampire Weekend cut. Harry Styles has just blessed fans with the full track listing for his forthcoming album, Fine Line. The countdown is on for Harry Styles fans who just can’t wait for the “Lights Up” singer to release his highly anticipated second studio album. The good news is, Harry has been doing a pretty good job of keeping fans satisfied in the meantime between his recent stint on Saturday Night Live, and the performance of his brand new song, “Watermelon Sugar.” Most recently, Styles quenched fans’ thirst for more Fine Line info by sharing the official track list for the upcoming album with fans via Twitter. Two years on from the debut that turned a boyish heartthrob into an electrifying troubadour, Harry Styles is back with a new album. Unlike its predecessor – brazenly brassy; rattling with riffs – the upcoming Fine Line is something softer and more relatable. Read More: Harry Styles’s Second Album Is Brought To You By “Sex And Feeling Sad” Harry Styles Mends His Broken Heart on ‘Instantly Timeless’ Album ‘Fine Line’ While there are no shortage of interesting titles among the bunch, one track that’s definitely eye catching is “Treat People With Kindness.” As Harry Styles fans know all too well, “treat people with kindness” has become synonymous with the former One Direction member, whose been using the phrase since he first hit the road in promotion of his first solo album two years ago. We’ll definitely be looking forward to hearing what all of these tracks sound like when Fine Line drops on December 13! Styles is even more of an open book on the standout piano ballad “Falling.” The tearjerker feels as though its lyrics have been ripped straight from his diary (“You said you care / And you missed me too / And I’m well aware I write too many songs about you”) while highlighting the hurt in his voice, which comes close to cracking in the chorus but never fully wavers. Fine Line is jam-packed with high-quality live instrumentation, which complements Styles’ stronger-than-ever pipes. The magnificent opener “Golden” is the sonic equivalent of a long drive down a Malibu highway on a summer night with the top down. Underlaid by a melodic “da da da” chant made to be played to a stadium crowd, Styles croons, “I don’t wanna be alone.” The stomping rock rhythm carries over to “Adore You,” an otherworldly, lovestruck jam with a heavenly chorus and a smooth electric guitar solo.
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