Harry Styles has released a stripped down studio performance video of “Two Ghosts,” a track off his self-titled solo debut album. The performance, with the singer’s five-piece band, took place at the famous Abbey Road Studio in London. The clip first premiered in an exclusive Apple documentary film "Harry Styles: Behind the Album."
“Two Ghosts” is a romantic, lovelorn ballad, boosted by intricate background harmonies. Styles seems filled with angst as he sings “we don’t say what we really mean.”
The film will include ten performances, including “Two Ghosts.” The release date for the project has not been announced. The movie will include exclusive film of the heartthrob, formerly of the group One Direction.
Styles' self-titled solo debut album was released in May, debuting at Number One on the Billboard albums chart. The lead single “Sign of the Times" earned a gold certification from the RIAA. Styles told Rolling Stone, “I wanted to write my stories, things that happened to me.” He went on to say that the number one thing he wanted was to do something he hadn't done before.
Styles has added 56 dates to his upcoming world tour. His first solo tour will include stops in North America, South America, Europe, Australia and Asia. Tickets for select performances, including the iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sept. 22, are available on AXS.