Grindr app’s response to Harry Styles’ new album cover was super thirsty

Harry Styles fans, rejoice! The “To Be So Lonely” singer has officially announced the release date and title of his third solo album.

Styles took to Twitter to share the exciting news about his upcoming album, titled Harry’s house, which is expected to arrive on May 20.

In his tweet, he simply wrote, “Harry’s house. May 20.”

The singer also shared a short teaser for the album, which features snippets of instrumental music and a montage of footage from his concerts as well as other daily life clips such as a traffic light.

The clip then ends with Styles walking onto an empty stage as a house looms behind him.

The surprise announcement naturally sent fans spiraling, with many taking to Twitter to share their thoughts.

“no bc in sweet creature he says ‘you’re taking me home’ and in canyon moon he says ‘i’m coming home’ and now harry says ‘you’re home’ he’s SICK,” one fan wrote , pointing out the musical parallels in various Styles songs.

Among the many replies was a notable tweet from Grindr. “When he can host,” they wrote. The term hosting is used when someone on the hookup app is happy to have their potential romantic interest come to visit, rather than the other way around.

Many fans laughed at Grindr for their super thirsty response.

One person said they were pretending to be shocked, while another said they were “holding back their laughter”.

As he did with his last album Thin line creating the fictional country of Eroda, Styles once again began teasing the new album online with the appearance of a new website and social handles.

Fans began to speculate that a new album would be announced shortly after logging on to the bizarre website,, which featured a simple image of a door opening into various images.

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