Wanderlust guaranteed! Harry Styles’ drives around Amalfi coast in Golden music video, gives dreamy European vacation vibes. WATCH – shuttle

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Harry Styles’ most recent unmarried Golden’s music video is guaranteed to come up with wanderlust particularly in spite of everything these months cooped up at home because of the coronavirus lockdown. The English singer-songwriter released the music video for his song Golden on Monday (native time) that features the final vision of a European dream. The 26-year-old former ‘One Direction’ member dropped the video on Twitter and famous, “GOLDEN. OUT NOW.” The three-minute-twenty-nine second picturesque video begins with Harry singing as he runs through an empty highway tunnel and countryside Road. Then, he drives a vintage car and takes a swim in a lagoon. In some shots, Harry is seen in a turquoise blazer and patterned collar shirt paired with bell backside pants. In others, he’s caught in a barely buttoned white top and tan shorts, but in the end, the star ditched the shirts altogether as he posed in front of a colourful body of water, exposing his heavily tattooed upper half.

 

“Golden, golden, golden / As I open my eyes / Hold it, focus, hoping / Take me back to the light,” he sings. “I realize you were way too bright for me / I’m hopeless, broken / So you wait for me in the sky Browns my skin just correct.”

As per E!News, ‘Golden’ is the opening song of the singer’s 2019 album ‘Fine Line’ and the fourth music video, the newest being ‘Watermelon Sugar’ which used to be released in May. The upbeat track used to be covered by Kelly Clarkson on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’, throughout the show’s ‘Kellyoke’ segment. Styles also made headlines earlier this month when 72-year-old Stevie Nicks–who Harry has a special bond with–shared that she’d be interested in the 26-year-old whether he were closer to her age. As reported by E!News, throughout an interview with the Los Angeles Times in September, the legendary singer-songwriter said an older version of Harry “would be a good object.”

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