Harry Styles Goes Beatles-Ballad With Brand New ‘Sweet Creature’
If the sound of Beatles-era guitar strumming makes you weak in the knees, prepare for quick collapse: Harry Styles' newest single "Sweet Creature," has finally dropped, and it's essentially a mandate to start swooning.
Styles, whose debut solo album will drop later this month, released the stringy ballad during an interview with Zane Lowe's Apple Music's Beats 1 Radio show today (May 2) and immediately rendered fans shook.
"Sweet creature, had another talk about where it's going wrong / But we're still young, we don't know where we're going but we know where we belong," Styles sings on the track, a 2017 sister project to "Blackbird."
"BEAUTIFUL! honestly, truly. you are so talented. i love you!" one follower wrote while another noted "HARRY THE SONG IS A MASTERPIECE THANK YOU SO MUCH I CAN'T STOP CRYING."
The song follows Styles' first solo endeavor, "Sign of the Times," which the singer released earlier this month. He told the BBC that it amounted to some of his favorite work.
“It’s the song I’m most proud of writing, I think,” Styles said. “I wrote most of the album in Jamaica, I was in Jamaica for two months. I just wanted to not be distracted… I really liked being away from everything.”
Styles' eponymous debut solo album will drop on May 12.
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