Ahead of the final stop on his now-two-year-spanning Love On Tour in Reggio Emilia, Italy, on July 22, Harry Styles has delivered the official music video for his Harry’s House song, “Daylight.” The clip, directed by Tanu Muino, is just as whimsical as the rest of the album’s visuals, picturing the chart-topper in the center of a circus.
Wearing an all-black ensemble decorated with campy bows, Styles traverses a performance camp, juggling and acting like a clown while dancers practice aerial routines around him. He then appears to fly out of a canon, wearing electric, feather-clad wings and taking in the carnival acts from above. After riding a high-wheeler, encountering a yellow snake and saddling up a horse, Styles, in the video’s final sequence, falls from a tight rope suspended in the clouds.
Styles’ “Daylight” visual follows videos for other Harry’s House tracks, including “Satellite” and “Music for a Sushi Restaurant.” Notably, the former video, which was released in May, comically followed a small robot vacuum named Stomper, who sweeps the backstage floors on the artist’s tour. As Styles wraps up his international shows and enjoys some well-deserved R&R, it’s likely that the “Daylight” video will be the last to come from the megastar’s third album.
Watch Harry Styles’ “Daylight” music video above.
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