Spotify Hosts Harry Styles’ FINE LINE Listening Party, sharing new album for the first time


December 11th, Spotify gathered an intimate group of Harry Styles’ biggest fans for a private listening party, in which Harry personally shared his new album FINE LINE for the first time in Los Angeles.

Fans were transported to the magical land of Eroda, a fictional destination that took the internet by storm in a teasing of the singer’s recently released track, “Adore You.” Led by seafaring guides, and dressed in signature Eroda-branded raincoats, guests made their way through a secret gate entrance that opened up to the venue where they were treated to a custom recreation of the mythical seaside world. Inside, attendees were able to check out an outdoor painting gallery featuring replicas from the “Adore You” video and take home an exclusive Eroda postcard commemorating the event, all while enjoying specialty cocktails and sashimi.

After touring the “Harry’s Little Blue Bedroom” pop-up guests were called to the “Fisherman’s Pub.” There, a marionette show was performed against the song “Adore You,” replete with voice-over narration by GRAMMY-nominated Spanish singer, Rosalia. The puppet performance told the fables of Eroda and then suddenly Harry Styles appeared onstage and the room of shocked super fans erupted into screams.

Harry thanked the room full of fans for coming and for all their support over the years, saying

“I couldn’t be here without you. You gave me the environment I needed to create this.” He then explained this was the first time the album would be played from “top to bottom” and jokingly said, “Don’t ruin it for everyone though, k?” Harry chatted some more before asking who in the room was going to his show Friday at The Forum. While many raised their hands, there were a few fans who said they couldn’t get tickets.  Harry in turn shared that he would make sure that everyone in the room gets tickets and all the fans went wild.

He then bid a warm farewell, leaving his fans to exclusively hear FINE LINE for the first time in full, leading to non-other than a full-on dance party.

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