Earlier this week, fans spotted billboards around the world which they suspected were connected with Harry's new music.
Harry Styles just dropped brand new music for the first time in almost two years-and as expected, he did not disappoint.
Styles says his sophomore album features songs about "having sex and feeling sad". A couple of days in the billboards started to pop up in London and NY with the phrase "DO YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE?".
The hedonistic yet moody music video for Lights Up sees a topless Styles grinding and dancing with other shirtless men and women throughout.
Well, well, well. would you look who's back?!
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"One impressed fan tweeted: "@Harry_Styles my heart might actually burst.
The song might best be described as a grower (give it a few listens) but it's the video that's really gotten fans excited.
Styles unveiled his self-titled debut album in 2017, and it went to the top of the charts in the United Kingdom and the US.
The single's release was accompanied by a photo Styles posted on his Instagram, which signaled a rupture in his year-plus silence on the social media platform.
When questioned about the potential of a One Direction reunion, Harry said: "I don't think I'd ever say I'd never do it again, because I don't feel that way".