Harry Styles has been the king of many hearts. Not only does the singer make extremely good music, he is also known for amazing interactions with fans. After being spotted filming for a new music video in the streets of central London, Harry Styles has thrown fans into a frenzy. The former One Direction member appeared deep in thought as he settled onto a huge bed being towed around the streets outside Buckingham Palace. To top it off, Harry was seen by fans, who were treated to some behind-the-scenes footage from the singer’s new song video, as well as a super-wholesome encounter.
Fans took to TikTok to express their excitement for a possible new song
“We saw Harry Styles filming a new music video in London,” one fan said on TikTok after sharing a video of her and her pals spotting Harry on the huge bed.
When the singer of Watermelon Sugar recognized them and waved, the girls let out some big screams, which we’re sure will be remembered!
Curious about what music he’s set to release alongside the new music video, one fan took to the comments to write: “Am I the only one wondering which song is this for?”
Another fan speculated the filming could be for his unreleased fan-favorite track Medicine, which he frequently performs on tour.
“Lol what if Harry’s in bed because he needs his ‘medicine’,” speculated the fan.
Listen to Harry’s song Treat people with Kindness below
Harry’s music and influence
Soft rock, pop, and rock, with elements of folk and Britpop, have been defined as Styles’ musical styles. NME described his debut solo album’s musical style as a “mash-up of Los Angeles’ style classic rock and ballads,” while Rolling Stone described it as evoking a “intimately emotional Seventies soft-rock vibe” and Time magazine described it as “synthesis[ing] influences from the last half-century of rock.” The music he grew up listening to, such as Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, and Fleetwood Mac, as well as Harry Nilsson’s lyrics, impacted his debut album.
Nilsson’s lyrics are “honest, and so good,” according to Styles. He also said “and I believe it’s because he’s never trying to seem clever.” He stated he “couldn’t really comprehend it” when he first heard Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon in 1973 as a youngster, but “just remember being like – this is very f****** great.” Freddie Mercury, Elvis Presley, and Paul McCartney (including his side project Wings) have all influenced him, while Shania Twain has been his major musical and design inspiration.
Styles’ favorite album is Northern Irish artist Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks, which he describes as “absolutely beautiful”; he also thinks Etta James’ album At Last! is “wonderful.” Styles was inspired by Joni Mitchell’s 1971 album Blue to contact the record’s dulcimer instrumentalist, who then collaborated with him on Fine Line.