Harry Styles announces limited edition ‘Fine Line’ vinyl box set

Harry Styles has announced a new box set that will celebrate its second album Fine line. The news comes on the first anniversary of the album’s lead single, “Lights Up”.

Style ‚ Fine Line – 1 Year Anniversary Limited Edition Box Set will fall on December 11th, almost a year before the date he released the original album. The box set comes in glossy black packaging and contains two LPs, 10 prints of styles from the album cover photographer, Tim Walker, and one 24-page Fine line in the forum Texts zine. The kit also comes with a pair of white gloves to help you complete all of the above. The item is now available for pre-order from the Styles official website.

“Lights Up” debuted in fourth place Rolling Stone‘s Top 100 Songs That Earn 15 Million Streams In The First Week. Since then, his singles “Adore You” and “Watermelon Sugar” have become even bigger hits, with the latter being ahead RS 100. Fine line moved over half a million units in the first week and made a landslide debut on the RS 200 in December.

Last April, the star embarked on a massive world tour in support of his second album. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, his tour has been provisionally postponed until next year, with European dates currently set for February. His North American trek begins next August and ends with two Halloween-themed shows in New York City.

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