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"I'm trying to let go of the worrying thing, and that's what I've loved the most about this album, rather than the first one," Harry Styles says of making his album Fine Line. Helene Marie Pambrun/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Harry Styles On 'Fine Line,' Stevie Nicks And His Definition Of Success

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to the pop superstar and former One Direction member about the creative and commercial pressure behind making his sophomore album.

People watch from Jekyll Island as emergency responders work to rescue crew members from a 656-ft. capsized cargo ship on Sept. 9, 2019 in St. Simons Island Sound, Brunswick, Ga. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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Overturned Cargo Ship Soon To Be Sliced Up And Removed From Georgia Sound

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"I'm trying to let go of the worrying thing, and that's what I've loved the most about this album, rather than the first one," Harry Styles says of making his album Fine Line. Helene Marie Pambrun/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Harry Styles On 'Fine Line,' Stevie Nicks And His Definition Of Success

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