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This *Secret Clue* In Harry Styles' 'Falling' Music Video Reveals Who The Song Is About

Only the eagle-eyed will have spotted it!
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Harry Styles is back with a force, and his latest album Fine Line has been capturing hearts around the world. Harry dramatically dropped the music video for his new single "Falling" this weekend and, naturally, fans already have a pretty tight theory about who it's about.

Since Hazza released his new album back in December, the record has been awash with rumors of secret messages, from the release date suggesting a link to Taylor Swift, to the symbolism of the island of Eroda, to the mystery around which ex-girlfriend appears on his song "Cherry".

Obviously, with Harry admitting that Fine Line is a breakup album, everyone wants to know exactly who each song is abouteven Kendall Jenner, who blatantly asked Harry outright if any of his old songs were about her. But following the new music video for "Falling," fans think they've cracked it and, unfortunately for Kendall, it doesn't look like this one is about her.

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The new video sees Harry playing his piano alone in a half-shirt half-dress, while the room fills with water. But eagle-eyed fans have spotted a secret clue that hints at who the song is about and if you blinked you'll have missed it.

Through the window in the back of the shot, the silhouette of the Eiffel Tower can just about be made out, and fans think this is a pretty clear nod towards Harry's supposed ex-girlfriend, Camille Rowe, who is French-American.

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Previously, Harry has said that his ex-girlfriend's voice appears on the song "Cherry" speaking French, and fans also reckon the mystery voice belongs to Camille.

On top of that, other fans have pointed out that Harry's lyrics to his album track "Canyon Moon" also include the words, "carry the feeling through Paris, all through Rome."

So, whether Paris is indeed a reference to Camille Rowe or not, one thing's for sure, and it's that Hazza really loves France.


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