Harry Styles respects young fans' opinions on his new music

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Tess Ward and Harry Styles were first introduced through some mutual friends, according to The Sun.

With "Ever Since New York", the album Harry Styles acquires a swfitien charm (in reference to the popstar Taylor Swift).

The charismatic singer appeared on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show to speak to close pal Nick Grimshaw about his self-titled debut album, released on Friday.

But now, finally, someone's asked Styles point-blank about his inspiration for the song.

Nick then cut in and jumped to the song: "So here we go, the one about Taylor Swift", before Styles screamed "Ahhh, oh no!" We're not taking post-Red or Black What Makes You Beautiful performance tears here (you're a die-hard Directioner if you remember that one, mate).

But the British star - who has previously dated the likes of Taylor Swift and Kendall Jenner - said he doesn't feel as though he needs to justify himself to anybody.

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With the release of his solo debut album, Harry Styles, the One Direction crooner has a track that's got everyone thinking it's about Taylor and their past relationship.

'We're not who we used to be, ' Harry Styles purrs over the acoustic and gorgeous track 'Two Ghosts, ' and that's a nice way of summing up an obvious truth: he's broken free and found a voice that contradicts his One Direction roots.

"I mean, I think it's pretty, like, self explanatory", he stammered, before jokingly yelling for help off-mic. Here's why we're okay with Harry's transformation.

"I've never really felt like I've had to explain my personal life", Harry Styles told USA Today. He answered that he writes songs from his experiences and he is lucky if it's real that everything they have gone through inspired her to write songs. In writing songs about stuff like that, I like tipping a hat to the time together.

In a recent Rolling Stone article, Styles talked about the belief that both "Style" and another Swift hit, "Out of the Woods", are believed to be about their romance. You're celebrating the fact it was powerful and made you feel something, rather than 'this didn't work out, and that's bad.' And if you run into that person, maybe it's awkward, maybe you have to get drunk. but you shared something.

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