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Last week, Harry Styles revealed the album cover for his upcoming release dubbed Harry's House, and now the first single from it has surfaced.

Titled "As It Was," the anthem is much more pop-inspired than we've previously seen from Harry, who for his first album Harry Styles, left his One Direction sound behind for something a lot more rock n' roll.

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As with literally anything Harry Styles touches, his fans have gone wild on Twitter, celebrating the single by posting everything from fan art to reactions, memes, screenshots, and so on.

The song itself is upbeat and fun, but the lyrics are sad. It's a true bop, but if you listen to closely, you might get in your feels.

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In the music video, Harry is dressed in a tank top and matching trousers in red sequins, made especially for the singer by Arturo Obegero and Styles' stylist, Harry Lambert.

So far, we've seen Styles in plenty of great looks during the Harry Styles and Fine Line eras, and with Harry's House, it seems as if there's something playful and fun about the clothes he's wearing. One thing is certain, and that is that Harry is always serving a look.

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For the cover, the singer is dressed in a white blouse and oversized jeans by Molly Goddard, in the music video he's head-to-toe in red and sequins, and in another promo shot, he's in a full custom playsuit by J.W. Anderson. I'm predicting that we'll also be seeing pieces by S.S. Daley, and other up-and-coming designers, as Harry Lambert is always spotlighting plenty of new talent through his work – he even styled Daley's latest collection at London Fashion Week.

As Harry's House is set to release on May 20th, its clear that we've got plenty more singles and music videos dropping before then – and we can't wait. We're here for pop Harry Styles, and so are all his fans (and secretly, everyone).

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