Harry’s House Album Review


Greta Stanier, Features Editor

Harry Style’s greatly anticipated third album, Harry’s House, was released on May 20th, 2022. 13 tracks and 41 minutes long, Harry’s House is nostalgic, yet differs from anything Styles has previously released. 

The lead single for the album was released on March 31, 2022, and topped the charts for weeks after its release. Styles also recently headlined Coachella in April, where he performed two more unreleased songs from the album, “Late Night Talking” and “Boyfriends”, gaining even more anticipation for the album.

The album begins with the track, “Music For a Sushi Restaurant” which opens the record with the perfect mix of upbeat bass guitar, and drum, and builds with brass and layered vocals. As the album continues, these musical aspects and layered harmonies are heard throughout every song, each with its own distinct style.  

Compared to Styles’s past work, this album stands out with a unique mix of sounds. In the middle of the album, the ballad Matilda is slow and emotional and begins with a beautiful harmonic guitar riff. However, the next song, Cinema takes the listener in a totally different direction with a repetitive pop beat. 

Harry’s House is the perfect album to transition into summer with and has tracks for every different mood. This much-awaited album lived up to expectations and is already a very successful release.