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‘Sweet Creature’: Harry Styles Offers Up A Loving Ballad From Solo Debut LP!

With less than two weeks left to go until he drops his self-titled debut solo album on May 12, Harry Styles has decided to share another cut from the upcoming LP – and it’s (surprisingly) not the studio version of “Ever Since New York,” the song he debuted during last month’s Saturday Night Live performance.

Instead, it’s an entirely new number called “Sweet Creature,” which was written by Harry alongside Thomas Hull, with production by Grammy-winner Jeff Bhasker. Unlike the grand, stadium-anthem feel of lead single “Sign of the Times,” “Sweet Creature” sees Harry laying down his vocals on-top of a purely classic guitar-pop serenade that brings to mind the stuff of his good pal Ed Sheeran.

Sweet creature, sweet creature/ Wherever I go, you bring me home/ Sweet creature, sweet creature/ When I run out of rope, you bring me home,” he croons alongside slow-drifting, acoustic guitar riffs. It’s very much guy who sings with guitar and has emotions, sorry Harry – still looking forward to to the album though!

Harry Styles’ self-titled debut solo album is available for pre-order on iTunes now!

2 Comments

  • Joe

    It’s very much white guy who sings with guitar…? Like it’s very much a black guy who raps? I don’t understand what that even means. The guys from other races don’t sing with guitar and don’t have emotions? Why is everything a race thing? If you gonna comment on a youtube/fb post yeah whatever, but not in a review darling. Keep it professional. Hold your personal opinions no matter how sinister, so you can make your reviews more trustable.

    • JonAli

      Hello Joe, I acknowledge that the comment can be read in a harsh manner and do apologize if you were offended – it is never my intention to offend. It was not supposed to be a “race thing,” but more of a funny comparison to the likes of Ed Sheeran, Shawn Mendes, John Mayer, Charlie Puth, etc. This whole site is based off of my personal opinion, hence why it’s named after my name, and nothing I’m reviewing is meant to be read in a “sinister” way. I’m just staying true to how I feel… “professional” or not.

      With that said, I took your comment into consideration and took out “white” from the sentence.

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