Fans can’t get enough of the eleventh track from ‘Harry’s House,’ so here’s a lyrical breakdown of ‘Satellite’ by Harry Styles…
The new Harry Styles album has arrived, and we’ve already begun poring through the lyrics!
‘Harry’s House,’ his highly awaited third studio album, was released in the early hours of May 20, and fans were quick to listen to all 13 tunes from his HS3 era.
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As ‘Satellite’ has quickly become a fan favourite, an avalanche of thoughts from the early wave of listeners flocked to Twitter to show their support.
The synth-infused music chronicles Harry’s realisation that the romance in issue is causing him to’spin round’ – here’s the lyrical scoop…
What is the meaning of Harry Styles’ song “Satellite”?
The earworm song is about the “space” that can be felt in a cyclic relationship, as if the dating dance is going “round and round.”
On ‘Harry’s House,’ Track 11 is based on the analogy of a satellite, which is an object in orbit, at a fixed distance from a planet or moon. In the song, the 28-year-old actor claims that he and his beloved are separated by an unbreakable barrier.
Throughout the bop, the Don’t Worry, Darling performer asks his companion a series of questions, including: “Are you bothered by my presence? Do you want to converse?”
Harry has previously described the dating world as monotonous; in the album’s concluding tune, ‘Boyfriends,’ he sings, “And you know the game’s never ending.”
Despite the song’s solemn and relaxing beginning, the chorus explodes into an exuberant and irresistibly catchy melody that expresses the singer’s displeasure with the relationship’s space.
“I can tell you’re lonely down there / Don’t you know I’m right here?” “Spinnin’ out, waiting for ya to bring me in.”