After months of teasing us with cryptic tweets, a website launch and a fabulous single, Harry Styles has finally dropped the deets about his sophomore album.

The angel-faced singer has named his second album Fine Line and it will be dropping on December 13 (which is coincidentally his ‘ex girlfriend’ Taylor Swift’s birthday).


The album cover, which was photographed by Tim Walker, features a windswept portrait of Harry through a fisheye lens, with a gloved hand reaching out to him.

No track list has been revealed yet.

Styles launched his new era with the breezy indie-pop single ‘Lights Up’, accompanied by a video that’s equal parts dreamy and steamy, considered by many to be a bisexual anthem.

According to music’s white witch and Harry Styles’ dear friend Stevie Nicks, Fine Line is an “incredible” offering.

The Face‘s US Editor Trey Taylor recently revealed on Twitter that Nicks has heard Fine Line in its entirety.

“[She] said its incredible and that we aren’t ready,” he wrote.

On November 16, Styles will return to Saturday Night Live as both host and musical guest.

He was previously musical guest in 2017, when his debut solo album was released (an indicator to fans that a HS2 announcement was incoming).