Harry Styles almost bit his tongue off while high on mushrooms
27 August 2019, 17:00
Harry Styles opened up about his new album and One Direction in a Rolling Stone interview.
Harry Styles just revealed that he got high on mushrooms and bit off the tip of his tongue while making his new album.
Speaking to Rolling Stone, Harry Styles talked about everything from One Direction to his loyal fanbase. Could One Direction reunite? Well... potentially but not anytime soon. Harry says: "It’s too important to me to ever be like, ‘Oh, that’s done.’ But if it happens, it will happen for the right reasons". What does Harry think of his the fact that most of his fans are young girls? He loves them. "They’re the ones who know what they’re talking about. They fucking own this shit. They’re running it.”
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However, Harry also teased details about his highly-anticipated second album and it involved a lot of mushrooms.
Discussing the recording process of his project, Harry explained that he was high most of the time: “We’d do mushrooms, lie down on the grass, and listen to Paul McCartney’s Ram in the sunshine. We’d just turn the speakers into the yard.” It wasn't just mushrooms either. Harry revealed that "chocolate edibles were kept in the studio fridge, right next to the blender" and they'd have them with frozen margaritas.
However, it wasn't all fun and games. One specific mushroom trip almost led to Harry losing his tongue. “This is where I was standing when we were doing mushrooms and I bit off the tip of my tongue", Harry divulged in his studio.
"So I was trying to sing with all this blood gushing out of my mouth. So many fond memories, this place.” Essentially, blood, sweat and tears literally went into this album.
well all i know is that doing shrooms with harry styles is a new life goal— bad bitch saint (@dismvs) August 26, 2019
As to what this album will sound like? Harry said: "It’s all about having sex and feeling sad.”
He also "spent months roaming Japan" and listening to Van Morrison and Joni Mitchell to find inspiration for it. We can't wait to hear what it sound like.