Harry Styles and Florence Pugh co-star in the new Olivia Wilde-directed film Don’t worry Darling, and today (September 23), the couple released a collaborative song from the movie. “With You All the Time” is credited to Styles and Pugh’s characters Alice and Jack, with the former One Direction member contributing piano lines, but mostly not singing.
In a interviews last month, Wilde said different that Styles called him while working on the film to ask about the song, got back to him soon after with the piano line that became “With You All the Time.” “Five minutes later, he sent me a demo from his piano, and that’s what ended up in the film,” he said. “He called me and said, ‘What is this?’ And I said, ‘Yeah, that’s it. That’s it. And that’s really crazy that you did that in five minutes.’”
Since the release of his third full-length Harry’s house in May, Styles closed a residency at Madison Square Garden and announced more tour dates for a European one tour next year. Don’t worry Darling was riddled with rumors surrounding its release: Tensions were reportedly running high between Pugh and his director and co-star Olivia Wilde (who also reportedly had a relationship with Styles). Styles is duplicating his big screen duties in the new romantic drama My Policewhere he plays a gay officer who figures out his identity in 1950s England.