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Listen Your Heart Out: Music Recommendations — “Fine Line”

by Miranda Smith

Fine Line 

Harry Styles 

Genre: Pop 

Harry Styles’s new album, “Fine Line,” is a result of pure genius. Hello friends, and welcome to my TedTalk.  

Back in December, Harry Styles FINALLY released a new album. Let me be the first to say, it is 47 minutes of beautiful artistry. I’m sure every Harry Styles fan will back up my claim.   

Before the release of “Fine Line,” Harry first put out three singles from the album. These include “Lights Up,” “Watermelon Sugar,” and “Adore Me.”  

Each song gives off a different feeling for the listener to experience. If you plan on listening to this album for the first time, be warned that you will be riding an emotional rollercoaster.   

The album emits laidback vibes in the smooth, and sometimes sultry, melodies and chord progressions. You know what I mean? The kind of melody that gives you goosebumps while listening to it. Listen to “Falling” and you’ll understand my reasoning.   

We’ve waited two long years for this album, and Harry did not disappoint at all. There truly is a song for everyone. Each song has a different style, but the entire album screams indie.   

Personally, my favorite song this week (it changes often) is “Canyon Moon.” The melody is upbeat and happy to go along with Harry’s lyrics. The song leaves you in a good mood. Not to mention, the harmonies are gorgeous.   

If you’re not a fan of Harry Styles, there is at least one song on “Fine Line” that you will love. Check out “Cherry” or “She” if you don’t believe me.   

Thank you for coming to my TedTalk. 

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