These Tweets About Harry Styles’ "Lights Up" Video Get So Deep

Directioners rejoice! Harry Styles has finally released his highly-anticipated new single and I can’t keep calm. Let me tell you, Styles did not disappoint with his new tune. It’s no wonder that fans from across the globe are full-on having a meltdown. Between fans who just cannot stop listening, or fans who can barely handle the song’s perfection, Twitter is currently being flooded with tweets about Harry Styles’ new "Lights Up" music video. Basically, they’re the best thing you’ll see all day.

Here’s the thing, I can hardly blame them. I knew with a two-year hiatus that Styles’ comeback would be big, but he has impressed me to no end with this tune. The former One Direction member is spreading his wings, starting anew, and making major career strides. Truth be told, ever since Harry shared this super cryptic tweet on Oct. 5, I had a feeling that something mind-blowing was coming our way. Now that it’s finally here, it looks like I’m not the only one who is losing it over this track. Nope, Styles’ fans are straight up losing it over his new bop and its accompany video that sees Styles ride on the back of a motorcycle with his shirt open so all his tats are on display. No, I’m not sweating. YOU’RE sweating.

Check out the video below!

Fans these days are tough critics but these tweets really do say it all. Here’s what Styles’ biggest stans worldwide are saying about "Lights Up."

For Starters, There Were The Fans Who Flipped Even Before The Song’s Release

After Styles tweeted for the first time in what felt like forever back on Oct 5, it was our biggest hint that he was about to be back on the grid. Naturally, it sent fans into a frenzy. The one word tweet, "Do," had fan theories flying across all across the internet.

Then, There Was This Fan That Styles Was Literally About To Revitalize With New Music

"Life is so not exciting right now. Can’t wait for that to change when @harry_styles or @Louis_Tomlinson drop new music," one fan wrote, and TBH I’ve never seen something more relatable.

But Once The Song Dropped, Twitter Became Pure Insanity.

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