Do you have plans to listen to One Direction’s songs? Hm… How about the best song ever Harry Styles? Since the split of One Direction, Harry Styles has released two solo albums, the most recent of which is “Fine Line,” which has received multiple Grammy nominations.
Every released song from Styles’ solo discography was scored on a scale of 1-10 by five members of Insider’s entertainment staff — all of whom are Styles fans — and the final rankings were determined by the average of those scores.
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Styles’ vocals on “Cherry” have a tenderness to them that, combined with the Camille Rowe voice note near the end, contribute to the song’s delightfully sad tone.
2. Lights Up
“Lights Up” was an excellent pick for the lead single from “Fine Line,” which portrays Styles as a considerably more confident and satisfying musician.
After proving his chops as a true rock star with his debut solo album, which drew influence from a whole feast of cherished artists, ranging from Radiohead and the Rolling Stones to Prince and David Bowie, his second album’s lead song sounded like nothing else.
“Lights Up” is a one-of-a-kind song; it’s enchantingly, unmistakably a Harry Styles song.
3. Watermelon Sugar
This man’s passion for fruit-themed song titles is incredibly commendable, even if “Watermelon Sugar” is a rather weird word. What exactly is it? Why does he believe he’ll never be able to live without it? I’m not sure, but Styles sells his dedication to it so well that it doesn’t matter.
4. Adore You
We’d walk through fire to get Harry Styles’ attention, so it’s nice to have a song that seems to share our feelings. “Adore You” is also one of the album’s more energetic tracks, giving the album a much-needed boost of energy and revealing Styles’ more humorous side.
Styles informed Rolling Stone’s Rob Sheffield that “Golden” was the first song written for the album, and was always supposed to be No. 1 on the album.
“A blast of vintage Seventies SoCal soft rock, the kind of Laurel Canyon mellowness that enveloped his first album, wrapped in guitars and harmonies,” Sheffield appropriately defined the single.
In this song, the mysterious woman had a “Holland Tunnel for a nose, it’s always backed up,” according to Tyles, which is 1. A fantastic allusion to New York traffic bottlenecks, and 2. Even better, given that he inserted a sniffing sound.
“Falling” is a piano-heavy song of sorrow and self-realization that is simple but sad in the finest way.
Styles’ vocals are clear and unencumbered by overproduction on this tune; it feels like it’s just him and the piano. When he croons his miseries, he elevates the tune while simultaneously breaking the hearts of every listener.
8. Sweet Creature
Styles sings about going through a difficult period with a lover yet still finding unending comfort in them and their presence in the second track from his debut album.
With its extremely basic, repetitive lyrics and calmingly familiar guitar riffs, “Sweet Creature” is one of the album’s more folksy pieces.
Styles, somewhat like John, whom Styles appreciates so much that he even dressed up as him for a Halloween party last year, is cognizant of the campiness that comes with creating pop music — he even hosted the Met Gala when the topic was “Camp: Notes on Fashion.” With a highly stylized track like “Woman,” it’s safe to presume he’s aware of how his musical proclivities can come across.
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