Harry Styles Receives All The Love From Fans For His Newly Released Album


Recently Harry Styles released his album Fine Line, the most awaited music album of 2019. Read more to know about which songs were most loved by fans.

Written By Jeet Anandani | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Harry Styles released a new album on December 13, 2019. The songs in the album have received loved by fans but there are a few songs which stood out. Among those were Falling and Cherry. Cherry received over 1.3 million views on YouTube which is also the highest views compared to all the other audios from his recent album, Fine Line. The song has a soothing vibe to it which makes it an interesting listen. The second song from the album, Falling has collected the second-highest views after Cherry. Falling is a sad song which has fewer instrumentals used in the music and Harry Styles' voice in the song is high compared to the instrumental in the background of the song Falling. Take a look at both the songs.

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Harry Styles' street performance

Fans also reacted to Harry Styles' Fine Line. There were some mixed reviews shared on the album. Harry Styles also had a crosswalk performance on The Late Late Show. Let us take a look at the reaction of the fans and the crosswalk performance.



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