I’ve always had a soft spot for some good pop, but this one took me by surprise. I wasn’t that big a fan of Harry’s first album, but his sophomore effort is my jam. Probably because it’s a breakup album—and we all know how I love a good breakup album.
When the first single, Adore You, came out, I was not a fan. When the second single, Watermelon Sugar, dropped I was still not a fan. It wasn’t until I dug in and found Cherry and Falling that I really latched onto this album—both tracks are fantastic.
I really do think that Harry’s voice is fantastic, and I think he is an artist in the truest sense of the word. He created this album with a good grip of producers, but I should would be curious to see what an album with a single producer and Styles could create. No doubt it would be a musical treat; here’s to hoping we get something like that one day. Until then, I’ll continue to spin this album with it’s Laurel Canyon vibes.