New Harry Styles song called a 'bisexual anthem' by some fans

Singer appears to address speculation around his sexuality to lyrics in 'Medicine'

Ilana Kaplan
Thursday 15 March 2018 16:28
Credit: Héléne Marie Pambrun
Credit: Héléne Marie Pambrun

Harry Styles' fans think that the singer may have created a new "bisexual anthem."

The former One Direction member debuted two new songs at his concert in Paris on Tuesday: "Anna" and "Medicine."

Fans were convinced the song addresses his sexuality because of its lyrics.

In "Medicine," Styles sings, "The boys and girls are in / I messed around with him / And I'm okay with it."

Of course, fans posted on Twitter to show their excitement for Styles' new track.

One fan said, "Medicine is a bisexual anthem and we really out here loving a queer man."

Another fan said "Medicine" "saved 2018."

A third fan described Styles' creation of "Medicine" at 23 more impressive than Sir Isaac Newton's work at 23.

In an interview with The Sun last year, Styles said that he didn't want to put a label on his sexuality.

Styles explained, "I've never felt the need to really. No… I don't feel like it's something I've ever felt like I have to explain about myself."

His fan base can't wait to hear the official version of "Medicine," which hopefully will come alongside more music.

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