Harry Styles squirms over Taylor Swift questions as he debuts album

Jay Jacobs
May 13, 2017

As expected, the artist has a few tracks that are nearly blatant in their storytelling - like "Two Ghosts" possibly being about his ex Taylor Swift, for example.

Today is a big day for British music, with Harry Styles and J Hus both putting out their new albums. It's about sometimes things change and you do all the same things and sometimes it's different'. The host pointed out that the explanation was a "Round about the houses answer", to which Styles only replied, "2017". "Same lips red, same eyes blue / Same white shirt, couple more tattoos", Styles sings.

So, let's say this theory is correct, and "Two Ghosts" is about Taylor Swift. The guys of One Direction are no exception.

Further fueling the rumors that "Two Ghosts" is about the "Shake It Off" singer, Grimshaw declared before Styles performed the song, "Here we go, the one about Taylor Swift". There was not that many people there - it was a small little radio show, and I went for it.

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Harry Styles released his eponymously named album today (12 May): cue screaming teenage girls across the globe. "So the thing I didn't want to do was, I didn't want to put out my first album and be like, 'He's tried to re-create the Sixties, Seventies, Eighties, Nineties.' Loads of awesome music was written then, but I'm not saying I wish I lived back then". "I used to research dates, then I said I'm not going to do that anymore, it's impossible to go in without a perception of someone and you've never met them and I started feeling like that was wrong and weird", Styles revealed.

The first track, "Meet Me in the Hallway", and one of the album's strongest, starts off a little unusual.

Harry Styles has reemerged into the spotlight as a solo act, experiencing the single-man press tour for the first time after years with his One Direction brethren as backup. That's what hits your heart.

The mere fact that "kiwi" is also a colloquialism for a New Zealander alone, made me think twice about this possible tell-all having some truth to it.

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