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Harry Styles and Florence Pugh share new song from ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

Styles previously explained that he wanted the song to be "both sweet and creepy"

By Hollie Geraghty

Florence Pugh holds Harry Styles' face in 'Don't Worry Darling'
Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in ‘Don't Worry Darling’ (Picture: YouTube).

Harry Styles and Florence Pugh have released a new collaborative song from their film Don’t Worry Darling.

The chilling, piano-led track called ‘With You All the Time’ is credited to Styles and Pugh’s characters from the film, Alice and Jack.

Don’t Worry Darling, which is out in the UK today, sees the pair play a husband and wife in the apparently idyllic 1950s neighbourhood of Victory, which is operated by the sinister firm Styles’ character works for.

Listen to ‘With You All the Time’ from Don’t Worry Darling below.

Throughout the three-minute song, Pugh repeatedly recites the line “with you all the time“, while the former One Direction star contributes piano chords, but no vocals.

Last month in an interview with Variety, director Olivia Wilde explained that she encouraged creative input from the cast. “Any great actor is also a screenwriter in the process,” she said. “They are responsible for creating the life of the character, so they bring so many ideas.”

Styles subsequently wrote what the script described as “the trigger song” – an enigmatic tune hummed by Pugh’s character throughout the film which Wilde encouraged Styles to brainstorm for.

“Five minutes later, he sent me a demo from his piano,” she said, “and it was what ended up in the film. He called me and said, ‘What about this?’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, that’s it. That’s it. And that’s really insane that you did that in five minutes.’”

Styles also explained that he “wanted something that could be both sweet and creepy, entirely dependent on the context”.

He continued: “I remember first playing it on the piano, and it had a sort of homemade nursery rhyme feel to it. Applied to the different moments in the film, I think it takes on a couple of different lives – I hope.”

Styles and Wilde discussed their collaboration on Don’t Worry Darling in the first-ever global cover of Rolling Stone.