In celebration of Harry Styles' release of his debut solo album Friday (May 12), he stopped by BBC Radio 1 for an interview with Nick Grimshaw.
"It's about. sometimes things change and you can be. you know, do all the same things and sometimes it's just different".
Nick said: 'That's a roundabout answer, ' before jokily introducing the tune as: "The one about Taylor Swift.' Harry then quipped: 'I'm going to Capital!' LOLz". And this was a smart choice for Styles: to make a political song the first single, and to make it one of the most accessible songs on the album.
If you buy the #Haylor theory, the first line describes Swift, who has blue eyes and frequently wears a red lip, while the second is about Styles, who has dozens of tattoos and frequently wears a white t-shirt.
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As Grimshaw continued asking, Styles appeared nervous, squirming around in his chair and looking at his manager, Jeffrey Azamoff, off-camera.
Anyway, you know how Fulwell73 and Apple Music's Harry Styles: Behind the Album documentary's gonna be released on Monday 15th May? "I wanted to be like, 'Yeah, I can - because that's what I wrote'". "He's trying to show what he can do and you didn't see that when he was in One Direction", he says.
One fan tweeted: "If "red lips" and 'blue eyes" are actually lyrics, Two Ghosts is about Taylor. "I mean, I don't know if they're about me or not...but the issue is, she's so good, they're bloody everywhere", he said. I'm never going to tell anybody everything.
Harry formerly found fame with boyband One Direction, who counted screaming teenage girls among their most devoted fans, and has now shared that he didn't want to dismiss this group when creating his self-titled solo record.
"In writing songs about stuff like that, I like tipping a hat to the time together", he explained. Although the picture is blurry, the lyrics that are legible suggest the song was written about Taylor Swift.