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Harry Styles explores the mythical Isle of Eroda for his new 'Adore You' video

The clip was directed by Dave Meyers.
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Published: 9:00 pm, December 06, 2019
Harry Styles explores the mythical Isle of Eroda for his new 'Adore You' video

Harry Styles has shared a new teaser track from his upcoming album.

'Adore You' is the latest cut from 'Fine Line' - which also features his recent singles 'Lights Up' and 'Watermelon Sugar' – due for release on 13th December via Erskine Records/Columbia Records, and accompanied by a headline tour next spring.

The lengthy run will include several shows in the UK, including two nights at The O2 in London.

The full tracklisting for 'Fine Line' reads:

Golden
Watermelon Sugar
Adore You
Lights Up
Cherry
Falling
To Be So Lonely
She
Sunflower, Vol. 6
Canyon Moon
Treat People With Kindness
Fine Line

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