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Harry Styles announces next single from ‘Harry’s House’

Fans won’t have to wait for long for a new Harry Styles single.

En su aparición en el final de ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’, Harry Styles habló sobre la posibilidad de una reunión de One Direction.

Harry Styles fans no longer have to wait to find out what the next featured track from his 2022 album ‘Harry’s House’ will be.

What is Harry Styles’ next single?

The 29-year-old will be releasing fan-favorite ‘Satellite’ as his next single. The song will be the fourth track from the album, following ‘As It Was’, ‘Late Night Talking’ and ‘Music for a Sushi Restaurant’.

Fans won’t have to wait very long for the single to be released either, with Columbia Records revealing the date on Instagram.

The post features a wide-lens look at a robot surveying rocky terrain with text featuring lyrics from ‘Satellite’ at the top: “Spinning out waiting for ya.”

The caption reads: “Satellite. May 3rd. 12 p.m. ET.”

Styles’ official update account shared an alternate poster. It features the same robot looking up at the stars in the sky.

Will there be a ‘Satellite’ music video?

While it’s unclear whether there will be a ‘Satellite’ music video, the posters suggest that will be the case given the other three singles from ‘Harry’s House’ all have one.

“As It Was’ features Styles performing on a spinning platform while wearing a sparkly jumpsuit, while in ‘Music for a Sushi Restaurant’ he is transformed into a merman who saves himself from being served for dinner by sharing his gift of music with the customers.

As for ‘Late Night Talking’, Styles parties with his friends in comfortable beds in various locations.

Styles was the final guest on ‘The Late Late Show’

News of a new single comes after Styles was one of the final guests on ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ on April 27.

Styles was joined by actor Will Ferrell, as the two helped Corden say goodbye after spending nine years as host of the show.

“I will always be genuinely blown away that this was something that I ever even got asked to do,” Corden told The Hollywood Reporter regarding his run.

“I don’t look like I should be hosting a late night talk show. I’m not a broadcaster. And I’ve never done a stand-up set in my life.”

The show proved to be ratings hit, attracting 1.43 million viewers, which is a 77 percent increase on the show’s season average of 806,000.