Harry Styles is only days away from releasing his self-titled debut solo album and is in full promo mode.
With only three days until Harry Styles drops, the singer has premiered yet another song. Appearing solo for the first time on The Today Show, Styles performed the upbeat “Carolina.”
Taking a break from the folky, Fleetwood Mac inspired vibe we’ve heard on “Sweet Creature” and “Ever Since New York,” Styles returns to his 1D pop roots in the new track, the most upbeat and poppy single we’ve yet to hear from the now-solo star.
Tickets for the Harry Styles World Tour went on sale last Friday, selling out in only seconds. The former One Direction singer followed up the tour ticket release by debuting his first music video this week with the high flying “Sign of the Times.” Shot in the Isle of Sky in Scotland, the height-defying video shows a bundled up Styles soaring over the scenic landscape, reportedly reaching a height of 1500 feet.
In addition to “Sign of the Times,” Styles has also debuted two other songs from the ten-track album, playing “Ever Since New York” during his April appearance on SNL. Just last week, Styles also premiered the beautiful ballad “Sweet Creature.”
Proving he can make any outfit look cool, Styles wore a bubble gum pink suit with a black button up shirt on The Today Show, where he also performed “Sign of the Times” and “Ever Since New York” for the live crowd in New York City.
To coincide with Styles’ upcoming album release, Apple Music released a trailer today for their special Harry Styles: Behind the Album. The upcoming mini doc follows the British singer through the recording process of his first album, travelling from Jamaica to Abbey Road with Styles and his band.
The short trailer shows Styles in the recording studio, swimming in Jamaica, and even cutting off his signature long locks. If you watch closely, you may see the pop star in his underwear.
Harry Styles: Behind the Album is set to drop on Apple Music in full on Monday, May 15, just days after Harry Styles is released on May 12.