Harry Styles reveals debut solo single name
Harry Styles’ debut solo single will be called ‘Sign of the Times’.
The former One Direction star took to Twitter on Friday afternoon (31.03.17) to reveal the name of his hotly-anticipated track, which will be released on April 7.
He wrote on the microblogging site: "SIGN.OF.THE.TIMES // 7.APRIL.17 // (sic)"
Harry previously teased his solo music with a teaser video that was broadcasted in advert breaks during ‘The Voice’ on ITV last weekend.
The short clip showed the star, soaking wet, walking across a dark room and towards a door bathed in light. Piano music plays in the background before the date "April 7" flashed up on the screen at the end.
The news was also confirmed by iHeartRadio DJ Elvis Duran, who had revealed he had heard the single and said it would be released on April 7.
Since then, it was also confirmed that Harry would be making his solo television debut on ‘Saturday Night Live’ (SNL) next month.
Harry will appear on the show on April 15 alongside late night television host Jimmy Fallon, who announced the news via his own Twitter account.
Jimmy wrote: "So excited!!! A young heartthrob and Harry Styles will be on SNL together April 15th! #WhenHarryMetJimmy #FallonStylesSNL (sic)"
And ‘Saturday Night Live’ wrote on their own social media account: "Excited to announce @jimmyfallon and @Harry_Styles will be in Studio 8H on April 15! #FallonStylesSNL (sic)"
Meanwhile, Harry’s close pal BBC Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw previously revealed that the 23-year-old singer recorded his debut solo album in Jamaica.
He said: "He’s [Harry] worried I won’t like his new solo record. He recorded it in Jamaica so I’m praying it’s some awful white man reggae."
Since the announcement of the track’s title, Twitter has been flooded with messages from excited fans.
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