Harry Styles leaves fans in tears as he drops ‘Grammy deserving’ single Sweet Creature

Emma Powell
New track: Harry Styles has dropped his second single: PA/So TV

Harry Styles reduced his fan base to tears after he dropped his second solo single.

The former One Direction singer, 23, released Sweet Creature from his forthcoming debut solo album on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show.

The acoustic track had fans swooning over the lyrics which included “wherever I go you bring me home” and “when I run out of rope, you bring me home”.

The track title was soon trending on Twitter as fans struggled to fight back the tears.

One user tweeted: “I'm literally crying this is so soft and beautiful and why am I crying #SweetCreature.”

Another said the song was worthy of a Grammy, writing: “This is the year Harry wins a Grammy mark my words #SweetCreature (sic).”

Sweet Creature was written by Styles and Thomas Hull and produced by Kid Harpoon.

It follows on from his debut solo single, Sign of the Times, which topped the charts in over 84 countries on its release and knocked Ed Sheeran off the top spot in the UK Singles Chart.

Last month Styles sent fans into a frenzy when he announced the release date of his self-titled debut album and unveiled the artwork.

He later surprised fans further when he announced plans for a worldwide tour.

Styles will promote his new album at arenas and concert venues in countries including North America, Japan, Germany and the UK.