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Harry Styles announces new album ‘Harry’s House’

The third album from the singer will arrive on May 20

By Jon Blistein

The cover of 'Harry's House'
The cover of 'Harry's House' (Picture: Press)

Harry Styles has announced his next albumHarry’s House, set to arrive May 20.

The pop star shared a short teaser for the album, which boasts a snippet of instrumental music and begins with a kinetic montage of everyday life and footage from Styles’ live shows. The clip ends with Styles walking onto an empty stage as the facade of a house rises up behind him.

Styles appeared to begin teasing the new album online late last week. The campaign began with a strange website,, that featured just the image of a door that would open to a different image if you rolled your mouse over it. “You Are Home” accounts were also launched on Twitter and Instagram.

The LP will mark Styles’ third solo album, following his 2019 offering Fine Line. The album helped Styles take home his first Grammy last year, winning Best Pop Solo Performance for the hit single, “Watermelon Sugar.” Fine Line was also nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album.

After postponing a tour in support of Fine Line due to the pandemic, Styles was finally able to hit the road in support of the album in the fall of 2021 (the trek included a two-night Halloween blow-out at Madison Square Garden in New York City). After headlining Coachella next month, Styles will keep his world tour going over the summer and fall with an extensive run of dates in Europe and South America.

On top of all the music, Styles has also been building out his acting resume over the past few years. He made a brief cameo in the Marvel flick Eternals, and is set to star in Olivia Wilde’s upcoming thriller, Don’t Worry Darling. He was also cast alongside Florence Pugh in the adaptation of Bethan Roberts’ 2012 romantic drama, My Policeman