In the time since One Direction's break began, several of the band's members have released solo projects of their own, and now, it's Harry Styles' turn to shine. Last week, his first single, "Sign of The Times," dropped just in time for his Saturday Night Live performance this Saturday, and now, he's finally giving us the information we've been waiting for on when more is coming. On Thursday morning, Styles revealed his solo album release date, tracklisting, and cover art, and as it turns out, the rest of his new music is coming very soon.
According to his Instagram and Twitter posts, Styles' self-titled album will be out May 12, debuting with 10 songs, including "Sign of The Times." He also shared a photo of himself in a pink bath tub, where you can see his back, a necklace, and some of his tattoos, which definitely seems to be the cover art.
Either way, this is definitely huge news since his album is so highly anticipated. And if you've been missing One Direction as much as I have recently, this new music from Styles is definitely going to be welcome — and it's just a few weeks away.
Since Styles is a man of few words when it comes to social media, there aren't any other details about what we can expect from the album quite yet. But my fingers are crossed that he'll debut another song or two during his SNL performance that will hopefully give fans a better idea of what to expect from the rest of his new music.
It seems like the photo he posted with the tracklisting is the art for the back cover, and the one he posted on its own is the cover art. Either way, you know this album is going to be a massive success, because this is Harry Styles we're talking about. What other outcome could it possibly have?
As a huge Styles fangirl, I can't wait to hear the rest of the songs on his album. If One Direction ends up never getting back together, this is definitely the next best thing.
Now, if only he could drop another single. No offense to Zayn Malik, but I have a feeling this album is going to blow his right out of the water.