We are a week away from Harry Styles's new album, Fine Line, and the singer/songwriter/actor has shared a new song "Adore You" and its accompanying
music video mini movie.
The nearly eight minute visual, which is directed by Dave Meyers, starts off with a story — narrated by Rosalía — about a fictitious island named Eroda, home to a mysterious fishing village and a "peculiar" boy (Harry) who is born with a special quality ... he smiles literal sunshine, which obviously causes him to become the gloomy town's outcast.
One day, Harry befriends a small fish he finds washed up on shore, but this isn't any ordinary fish. The small aquatic creature grows at a rapid pace, until one day, it breaks free from its tank and the people of the fishing village (who suffer from "resting fish face" — RFF for short) come together in a rare display of camaraderie to help Harry put the fish back into the ocean in order to join the rest of its kind. He then sets sail and leaves Eroda in search of new adventures and to explore the world.
"Adore You" is the latest track Harry has shared from Fine Line, which is his second solo album following his self-titled 2017 debut. The song itself is just how it sounds — it's about loving someone. He sings in the chorus, "Honey/ I'd walk through fire for you/ Just let me adore you/ Oh, honey/ I'd walk through fire for you/ Just let me adore you/ Like it's the only thing I'll ever do."
The new song follows his two previously released tracks "Lights Up" and "Watermelon Sugar" (which he recently performed on SNL). Styles has been slowly teasing the new album on social media, and also has shared what the inside the vinyl looks like — and in it, he appears nude.
Fans can get their hands on Fine Line in full on December 13th.