Golden confirmed as the fifth single from Harry Styles' latest album Fine Line

The song will be added to the BBC Radio 1 playlist next week.

UPDATE (Oct. 26): Harry Styles has now released the official music video for Golden. Watch below.

ORIGINAL ARTICLE (Oct. 20): Golden has been confirmed as the fifth single from Harry Styles' latest album Fine Line.

Harry has teased the release with a new website, that tells people they are Golden once they type in their name. The message also references one of Harry's mottos 'Treat People With Kindness' and is signed off with "Love, H".

Harry was pictured filming on the Amalfi Coast in Italy last month riding a speedboat and driving an Alfa Romeo vintage car, with reports of Golden playing during the shoot.

Fine Line's opening track follows Lights Up, Adore You, Watermelon Sugar and Falling as singles from the album, with the former three becoming Top 10 hits. Golden has also been added to the BBC Radio 1 playlist starting next week, joining the C List.

On release last December Fine Line reached Number 1 on the UK's Official Vinyl Albums Chart, topping out at Number 3 on the main Official Albums Chart. The album reached Number 1 in the US, as did single Watermelon Sugar, making Harry the first British act in six years to reach Number 1 in America with a song that did not hit the top spot in the UK. Just four artists achieved this prior to Harry.

Article image: Tim Walker

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Courtney Puzzo


releasing 5 or more singles from an album used to be pretty standard stuff for example six singles were released from Tim McGraw's 1997 album Everywhere and all six were top 2 hits on the Hot Country Singles and Tracks chart as it was called at that time and one went top 10 on the Hot 100 It's Your Love feat Faith Hill the couples first recorded duet peaked at #7 on the Hot 100 the week ending July 19th 1997