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Harry Styles Returns With New Single Lights Up

Friday, 11 October 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Harry Styles has released a new song.

Lights Up has a dreamy, R&B vibe and serves as the lead single of the former One Direction member’s upcoming as-yet-untitled sophomore album. It comes with a sweaty video which finds the shirtless singer dancing alongside other topless people. Have a look below.

Styles, who says the track is about, "having sex and feeling sad", worked with Rick Rubin at the producer guru’s Shangri-La studios in Malibu with mostly the same crew he worked with on his self-titled 2017 debut.





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