Harry Styles Songs Ranked

Harry Edward Styles (born 1 February 1994) is an English singer, songwriter, and actor. His musical career began in 2010 as a solo contestant on the British music competition series The X Factor. Following his elimination early on, he was brought back to join the boy band One Direction, which went on to become one of the best-selling boy bands of all time. Throughout his career, Styles has been nominated for three Brit Awards, winning one, and received an ARIA Music Award. Other than his music, Styles is also known for his flamboyant fashion. Here are all of Harry Styles’s songs ranked.

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15. Golden (Fine Line, 2019)

“A great soft-rock gem from Styles. The consistently high quality of his solo singles always surprises me, and the retro 70s-inspired sound of his latest hit certainly harks back to a Golden era of pop music.”

14. Adore You (Fine Line, 2019)

“Adore You’ is an infectious and beautifully detailed piece of pop. There is a “wow” moment when the backing vocals come into force, kicking off a killer chorus with gorgeous tinkering guitars. The verse vocals are passionate earworms, it is easy to invest in Styles’ performance.”

13. Lights Up (Fine Line, 2019)

“After Harry Styles’ surprisingly solid debut album, I was excited to see what he had coming up, and well, I was turned off initially by this. It’s different than his debut album, but after several listens, it’s grown on me. There’s definitely a soul influence on the chorus that’s infectious and catchy, and makes this song above a typical pop song. Harry also sounds great here, as he delivers a soulful performance reminiscent of Hozier in some respects. I guess I would’ve liked this to be longer, as it is fairly short, to really add some impact to it. As it stands though, it’s a very good pop soul track and I’m excited for what Harry will bring us next.”

12. Sweet Creature (Harry Styles, 2017)

“Obvious similarities to The Beatles’ “Blackbird” aside, “Sweet Creature” is a pleasant folk-pop ditty. Simple and well done, though not nearly as bold a statement as “Sign of the Times”. Not strong to constitute a single release, but a decent deep cut.”

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11. Woman (Harry Styles, 2017)

“Has sad lyrics, it’s about harry, not wanting to see his ex with other guys. the song, in general, is kinda boring. This streak of unbearably tacky tracks in the middle taints the album experience as a whole. The writing on this album is mostly generic and uninspired, which holds back some tracks from being great.”

10. Only Angel (Harry Styles, 2017)

“Only Angel is an uplifting song, you can really feel the energy. not my favorite though. I just wish it was shorter because it repeats itself and gets boring.”

9. Cherry (Fine Line, 2019)

“Cherry” is another acoustic track that has a lively guitar performance that has probably the most emotional and deep-cutting lyrics on the album, at least to me. The song evolves subtly into this powerful culmination of drums, synths, and vocals that continues this incredibly strong string of songs.”

8. She (Fine Line, 2019)

“She” is an incredibly strong and long-winded track on here that has some grand guitar riffs and, though I don’t mind it, a slight identity crisis in the vocals. I know that a common complaints on this album is that the production finagles with Styles’ voice far too much but I don’t really see the problem. Yes, the voice-altering is very pronounced on this track but it doesn’t take away from the music.”

7. Watermelon Sugar (Fine Line, 2019)

“Watermelon Sugar” calls back to some songwriting that could fit pretty well on his debut if it weren’t for the more powerful electronic and soul influences on here. That’s certainly not bad: in fact, these influences benefit the song greatly. “

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6. Meet Me In the Hallway (Harry Styles, 2017)

“‘Meet Me In the Hallway’ delivers an opening track about dealing with something really overwhelming and individual in a relationship, like depression, and how it feels when you share it with someone.”

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5. From the Dining Table (Harry Styles, 2017)

“‘From the Dining Table’ brings a sad and resentful perspective on a breakup that you can really relate to. It is really personal, solid and beautiful songwriting, and that’s what’s real about Harry’s project apart from the other 1Ds.”

4. Sunflower, Vol. 6 (Fine Line, 2019)

“Sunflower, Vol. 6″ features some punchy percussion and some wonky, disfigured guitars that are very funk influenced. There’s also a sitar that pops into the mix! I really didn’t see that coming on here. Some of the vocals get kinda weird and uncomfortable towards the end but what can I say, it’s still a strong song.”

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3. Canyon Moon (Fine Line, 2019)

“Canyon Moon” takes a folky detour on here and I really like the result. I love the acoustic guitar riff that’s backed by an organ and left field percussion.”

2. Two Ghosts (Harry Styles, 2017)

“‘Two Ghosts’ also features a slightly folky air. I love the guitar riffs on this track, as well as the sentiment of the lyrics, saying that Harry and his partner both came out of their relationship as two different people, “We’re just two ghosts standing in the place of you and me.” 

1. Sign of the Times (Harry Styles, 2017)

“Who’d’ve thought something this great could come from someone from One Direction? Certainly not I. My only complaint is that it is a little too long for what it is, but that’s only a minor complaint from me. His voice and the piano, and the guitar go together very surprisingly well.”