Styles has struck off One Direction temporarily, whilst Payne is pursuing in the footsteps of one. Harry Styles and Liam Payne are the hive of hasty activity in the post 1D phase, with the sorrowful stimulant ‘Sign Of The Times’ and stylishly syncopated ‘Strip That Down’ singers stretching their solo sphere into the new year, with Styles starring in a Fleetwood Mac classic with the band in its entirety whilst Payne takes the PG rated Mr Grey approach to filming ‘For You’.
“I believe in Harry Styles. He has the world at his fingertips and he’s going in the right way” speaks Stevie after the Troubadour twosome between the 1D and Fleetwood fragments saw the pair perform an emotive set of songs from Styles 2017 track ‘Two Ghosts’ to Nicks 1981 lull ‘Leather and Lace’ last Spring, which brought the 23 year old glitzy glam rocker to tears of idolisation, overwhelmed to split a stage with his heritage icon. A core classic amongst a now dynamic demographic curtesy of the Harry Styles Live On Tour setlist and Fleetwood Mac’s long living legacy, an exploration of mature trust, betrayal and faith ‘The Chain’. An infliction of charisma, honour and integrity between Rockers of ages at the celebration of The Half Brit half American bands latest approbation at the MusiCares gala, which bared witness to pop heavyweight Lorde’s overly animated take on The Dance records ‘Silver Springs’ in comparison to Styles’ boyband past being buried and traded in temporarily for a timeless rendition.
A magnificent manor, mystical meadow and a flurry of flowers compromise the themes of Styles significant affiliate of ‘Bedroom Floor’ and ‘Anywhere’ brit singers Liam Payne and Rita Ora in the fresh ‘For You’. As Payne and Ora frolics in the foliage and while away time staring wishfully out of windows as the ascending ear prickling pre-chorus chimes “I’m free as a bird when I’m flying in your cage/And I’m bleeding in love, you’re swimming in my veins”, appropriate language of love for the upcoming score to the Fifty Shades Freed film. Whilst it’s not the initial time a One Direction member has personified the male vocals in a dynamic duo for the film franchise, Zayn Malik’s and Taylor Swift’s death wish track ‘I Don’t Wanna Live Forever’ depicted a dark disagreement compared to the number two trending music video on YouTube’s more stately scintillating scenes by Hannah Lux Davis starring Payne and Ora.
Watch Liam Payne and Rita Ora’s collaboration on the ‘For You’ music video here: