Harry Styles released his debut self-titled album almost a year ago, but the former One Directioner shared not one, but TWO new songs while on his European tour.
Fans were treated to the new songs during the tour's kickoff show in Basel, Switzerland, and you've never had more FOMO.
Fan shot footage from the front row of the concert shows Harry on stage in a black sequin suit, strumming a matching black acoustic guitar as he performed the unreleased songs.
According to a Harry Styles fan account on Twitter, Harry explained to the crowd that one of the songs, "Medicine," was written while the 24-year-old was making his debut album, but didn't make the cut. He explained, "Two years ago I started making my very first album on my own, and you've been incredible through that whole process. I want to thank you for your support. We wrote a lot of songs for the album, and we chose ten, and we've never played this one before.”
In the guitar-driven "Medicine," Harry sings lyrics like, "Here to take my medicine, take my medicine/Treat you like a pill/Give me that adrenaline, that adrenaline/Think I’m gonna stick with you" and "I had a few, got drunk on you and now I'm wasted."
Another new song, "Anna," is lighter and focuses on the acoustic guitar, and also samples George Michael's iconic hit "Faith." Harry sings on the track, "I don’t want your sympathy, but you don’t know what you do to me/Oh, Anna!/Every time I see your face, there’s only so much I can take/Oh, Anna!"
Check out some of "Anna" below.
According to a fan on Twitter, Harry's set list included songs from his debut album, as well as renditions of One Direction songs like "Stockholm Syndrome," "What Makes You Beautiful," and "If I Could Fly," as well as covers of Ariana Grande's "Just A Little Bit of Your Heart" and Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain" (which Harry recently won an iHeartRadio Music Award for over the weekend).
See the full set list below.
Over the weekend, Harry won two iHeartRadio Music Awards for Best Music Video and Best Cover Song. Both of these categories were socially voted, which means it was Harry's tremendous amount of fans who cast their votes for him to win during the voting period.
Harry won Best Music Video for his incredible visual for his debut solo single "Sign of the Times," and as for Best Cover Song, Harry won for his amazing cover of Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain."
In his acceptance speech sent to iHeartRadio while on tour, Harry said, "I wanted to say a massive thank you to all the fans who voted for me, a massive thank you to iHeart for everything and your continued support, and a massive thank you to Fleetwood Mac for writing the most amazing song for me to cover. So have a wonderful evening, I'm sorry I can't be there, and I love you all very much."
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