After his co-members in One Direction have gone solo, Harry Styles has finally announced the details of his much awaited first solo single ahead of his debut solo album release. That said, it was recently revealed that Harry has even had to swing from a helicopter for the video shoot of his single, "Sign of the Times." Apparently, Harry doesn't seem to play it safe while doing the aerial video as it looks pretty extreme, to say the least.
Harry Styles And His 'Sign of the Times'
According to The Sun, after initially teasing details with a surprise date announcement on "The Voice" semi-final, the 23-year-old singer turned actor has finally revealed more details about his much-anticipated album. Accordingly, it was found that Styles' solo album will have a simultaneous worldwide release on April 7, 2017. Furthermore, he allegedly shared the news on Twitter and Instagram by showing a photo with an atmospheric image of a man sitting in water with a dramatic red backdrop.
As per Evening Standard, Styles, who also stars in the upcoming Christopher Nolan film "Dunkirk" is said to keep his promotion to a minimum in a bid. This comes right after he decides to avoid questions about his personal life, past relationships, and his One Direction bandmates. An unnamed insider allegedly revealed that he's been spending his life having his every move scrutinized and doesn't feel the need for him to be doing such interviews or promo circuit.
While there will be a couple of big appearances both on radio and television, the insider says it will only be limited and that Styles has learned the art of revealing little things. Ultimately, after Zayn Malik and Niall Horan both released their debut albums respectively, Styles is the latest One Direction star to go solo.