Harry Styles recently announced that his new album, Harry's House, will be released on May 20th, and it's fair to say that fans are very, very excited - especially after the release of lush, upbeat lead single As It Was, his first single since 2019.
However, some couldn't help but compare the album cover to an image from the vinyl release of Fleetwood Mac's Tusk (which was the band's 12th studio album and is considered to be one of their more experimental releases). We can totally see the resemblance.
Harry's never been shy about his love for Fleetwood Mac, and the feeling is definitely mutual. He's previously performed with Stevie Nicks, and Mick Fleetwood is the face of Harry's make-up line, Pleasing.
Speaking about working with Mick, Harry told Vogue, "Mick is someone who brings me — and countless others — great joy. I felt there couldn’t be a better embodiment of Pleasing, or a person who could so naturally capture the wizardry that we love." We couldn't agree more.
Looking at the images side-by-side, the influence is hard to deny. Both involve a white, sparse room with furniture upside-down on the roof. Combine this with the fact that Harry's such a fan of Fleetwood Mac, and we might just be seeing him enter his equivalent of the Tusk era.
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You can check out some of the tweets about the Tusk and Harry's House comparison below. We're looking forward to learning more about the album soon - and we're curious to see whether Mick Fleetwood is involved in the album in some capacity. We think that would be very fitting.
i just want to point out that harry’s house reminds me of the original cover of tusk by fleetwood mac pic.twitter.com/kTGxDnAKme
— m ୨୧ (@livresrry) March 23, 2022
harry’s house (2022, harry styles) / tusk vinyl innersleeves artwork (1979, fleetwood mac) pic.twitter.com/c6ZIjHfXTM
— the poet in your heart 🏡 (@finefiIm) March 24, 2022
harry’s house (2022) x tusk (1979) pic.twitter.com/yN7mzD6Ppx
— carol 🐉 (@CarolineNaseh) March 23, 2022