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Harry Styles' "Late Night Talking" Video Just Revived Sleepovers

Featuring a magical teleporting bed.

Harry Styles is adding more to the world of Harry’s House. The singer has released the music video for “Late Night Talking,” the sensual and flirty jam from his new album.

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Like the visual for his first single “As It Was,” the Bradley & Polo-directed video takes a seemingly straightforward concept and runs wild with it.

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For “As It Was,” Styles ruminated on human connection through interpretive dance, visual illusions, and colorful imagery. In “Late Night Talking,” he takes on the concept of sleepovers — y’know because, late night talking? — to trippy and surreal effect.

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The video opens on Styles chilling normally on his bed before getting sucked down into a secret realm made of sheets (Miley Cyrus “Adore You” style) and emerging in a huge, people-filled bed (a la Kanye West “Famous”).

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Here, the video takes a turn into the surreal. The bed becomes Styles’ teleportation device, transporting him from a bed of giggly models to being the subject of a museum’s visual art piece.

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Later, his bed takes him to an Italian restaurant, an opera stage, and directly into open traffic in the heart of London.

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Then, because this is a Harry Styles video after all, it cuts to scenes of a playful (and kinda hot?) pillow fight between Styles and more giggly good-looking people, strongly making the case for more adult sleepovers.

And if you still couldn’t tell that Styles has a budget, the video ends on a starkly contrasting sequence of the singer smiling with two women in a peaceful open field to screaming as his bed is suddenly free-falling through the clouds.

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At the end, with the bed still falling, Styles decides to lay back down and enjoy the journey, the ultimate conclusion to the video’s extended metaphor of tying illicit nighttime chats to the surreality of sleepovers and a magic, teleporting bed.

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