Secrets of ‘Harry’s House’: Breakdown of Harry Styles’ New Album

One of the world’s biggest pop stars is a music geek obsessed with obscure Wings tracks, a guy who named his new album after a 1973 release by Japanese pop pioneer Haruomi Hosono. As confirmed by Harry Styles’ third and most diverse album, Harry’s housee and the clearly indie rock-leaning number one hit “As It Was,” Styles somehow manages to break into the mainstream without compromising his impressively quirky instincts.




On the new episode of Rolling Stone Music Now, Brittany Spanos and Rob Sheffield – two of the world’s leading Harry Styles experts – join host Brian Hiatt to walk through each track Harry’s houseDecode lyrics and trace influences from George Benson to Stevie Wonder to Billy Ocean.

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Emma James

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