Harry Styles - Falling Feb 28, 2020 18:39:37 GMT
Post by Admin on Feb 28, 2020 18:39:37 GMT
Why can’t Harry Styles drop on, like, a Sunday evening when we’re already curled into a mass of blankets, instead of a hopeful Friday morning? It’s not the time to sob, but the “Falling” music video does not care. Styles is stuck playing the piano (fingers adorned in massive gold rings, you know, casually) as a flood overtakes the room. Unable to move even as the water rises above his head, he keeps singing.
Once the room fills up, gravity relaxes and Styles rises to the light, not not like a certain scene from The Shape of Water. (We already know Styles has a soft spot for fish.) “Falling” is Styles’s third music video for his recent album Fine Line, after “Lights Up” and “Adore You.” He’s embarking on the “Love on Tour” tour this spring and summer, then having his own little fright fest, Harryween, at Madison Square Garden in October. A Harry Styles for every season!
After Harry Styles performed ‘Falling’ live for the first time at The BRITs 2020, he’s dropping the highly-anticipated music video on 28 February – and it’s set to be a tear-jerker!
But what do the lyrics to 'Falling' mean? ‘Falling’ is from Haz’s second album ‘Fine Line’, which he released in December 2019, and the lyrics are reportedly about his split from ex-girlfriend Camille Rowe.
While Harry hasn’t confirmed the inspiration behind any of his songs, he did tell Rolling Stone last year his album is “all about having sex and feeling sad.”
‘Falling’ is about a difficult breakup and the fact one line includes: ‘I’m well aware I write too many songs about you’ hints it could indeed be about Camille.
He also admits the breakdown of their relationship was his fault, singing:
‘I'm in my bed, and you're not here
And there's no one to blame but the drink in my wandering hands,
Forget what I said, It's not what I meant
And I can't take it back,
I can't unpack the baggage you left’