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Harry Styles Opens Up About Making His New Album 'Harry's House' During the Pandemic

Harry Styles is opening up about his brand new album, Harry’s House, during a sit down interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music.

The 28-year-old musician opened up about why he was grateful that he was given the gift of time to work on the album, just as the pandemic came.

“For a really long time, I was terrified of what my life was if I wasn’t up here doing music, on a show, doing something,” Harry shared. “Then you’re faced with a time when you can’t do that. The great leveler of doesn’t matter how much money you have, doesn’t matter where you lived, doesn’t matter this, doesn’t matter that. You can’t travel, you can’t do this, you can’t go outside your house. Suddenly you’re forced to not be this musician guy, you’re forced to be a friend and a brother and a son, and all of those things.”

He added that having that “actually feel like I kind of had a little bit of a chance to focus on that at least for a moment and just stop and kind of take in a lot of stuff and remember things. You’re kind gifted this stolen time and you feel like, ‘Oh, I can get a head start. I can just start making stuff.’”

“I kind of stopped for a second and looked at what I turned to listen to and what I was watching and all that kind of stuff and was like, ‘What does it actually mean to make something? And what does it mean to me to make something as my job?’”

Harry also chatted about why his new album is his favorite right now.

“I was kind of like, ‘I’d be really fun to make an album called Harry’s House,’ and thought about it being this smaller thing. Then it was back to that thing of, ‘Maybe that’s an album I’ll make in four years or five years or whatever,’” he recalled. “As I started making the album, I realized it wasn’t about the

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Further, flu pandemics generally exclude recurrences of seasonal flu. Throughout history, there have been a number of pandemics of diseases such as smallpox and tuberculosis. One of the most devastating pandemics was the Black Death, which killed an estimated 75–200 million people in the 14th century.