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    HARRY STYLES


    This dynasty follows Harry Styles as he quits One Direction and embarks on a solo career!

    ERA ONE - HARRY STYLES

    His solo journey began in 2013 when he left the band, and released his debut single All Night in September. The album Harry Styles followed in November and became a worldwide hit, peaking within the top five of all markets. The release of the record was also supported by two follow up singles in 2014, Never Coming Back and Profits. Both songs were also worldwide hits, and became Harry's first solo top ten singles in the US. The singer embarked on 'The All Night Tour' in 2014, consisting of 49 shows across the UK, Europe, North America and Oceania. Just like the album, the tour was a huge hit, grossing over $67m. At the end of 2014 when promotion for the album stopped, it had sold 4,700,000 copies worldwide.

    ​HARRY STYLES - ALBUM

    ALL NIGHT - FIRST SINGLE

    NEVER COMING BACK - SECOND SINGLE

    PROFITS - THIRD SINGLE


    THE ALL NIGHT TOUR

    ERA TWO - RADIOACTIVE

    In between the European and North American legs of his All Night Tour in July 2014, Harry Styles began work on his second solo album. The sophomore effort is expected to drop sometime in 2015, but little is known about it so far. Will the album solidify his position as a modern day pop icon after his successful debut, or could it all have been a fluke? Should he have stuck with One Direction after all?

    RADIOACTIVE - ALBUM

    MISSING ME - FIRST SINGLE
    Last edited by HarryB95; 08-02-2015, 11:43 AM.

  • #2
    January 2013
    - Social media ignites after arguably the most famous member of One Direction - Harry Styles - announces abruptly at the very beginning of the year that he is leading the group. In an official statement, Harry cited "creative differences" with his former bandmates as the reason for his departure, but reassured his fans that they are still close friends.

    - Weeks after the announcement, it is reported on 17th January that Harry has hit the studio under new management in order to begin recording his debut solo album. Sessions for the record are said to be taking place at the world famous Abbey Road studios, with Harry enlisting the help of various writers/producers. Jeff Bhasker, Ryan Tedder, Emile Haynie, Ariel Rechtshaid and Diplo have all been attached to the project. The album is expected to be completed later this year.


    August 2013

    - A big month for Harry Styles fans! On the 19th, Harry appeared on Radio 1's Breakfast Show, hosted by his good friend Nick Grimshaw. He sat down for a humorous interview where he announced the release of his self-titled debut album, which will be November 18th. The announcement boosted hype for the album in the UK.

    - Just days after the album announcement, it was revealed that the lead single for the album will be titled 'All Night'. The track - written by Harry and produced by Jeff Bhasker - will be released worldwide on 9th September, except for the UK & Europe, where it will be released 14th October.

    - On 29th August, an interview with Harry appears in Variety magazine, where he discusses the upcoming release of his album and single, boosting the hype in the US.

    September 2013

    - Harry Styles' debut single All Night is released in US, Canada, Latin America, Oceania and Asia. The single premiered during an interview with Ryan Seacrest on KIIS FM in Los Angeles and received positive reviews from critics (84%, 'record of the year'). Throughout the month he continued to promote the single with phone-in interviews, as well as live performances on Ellen and The Voice US. The music video directed by Marc Klasfeld was also released on the 21st (74% reviews).

    - All Night promotion: KIIS FM (US), Z100 FM (US), Kiss 108 (US), 2Day FM (Oceania), 99.9 Virgin Radio (Canada), Virgin Radio 96 (Canada), The Ellen DeGeneres Show (US), The Voice (US)

    - All Night proved to be an instant worldwide hit, debuting at number one in Latin America and Oceania and the top ten in Asia and Canada.
    Last edited by HarryB95; 07-31-2015, 07:15 PM.

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    • #3
      ALL NIGHT (Single)
      Genre: Pop
      Written by: Harry Styles
      Produced by: Jeff Bhasker
      Metacritic Score: 84%

      Released: 9th September (WW) 14th October (UK & Europe)

      USA: #45 (1,479,000)
      Canada: #3 (223,000)
      Latin America: #1 (173,000)
      UK: #2 (818,000)
      Europe: #1 (3,520,000)
      Oceania: #1 (105,000)
      Asia: #6 (510,000)

      Worldwide: #2 (6,830,000)

      USA Chart Run: 132 - 89 - 45 - 106 - 156 - 187 - 186 - 95 - 153 - 195 - OUT
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      • #4
        October 2013

        - Harry continued promotion for All Night in the US with an interview on 97.1 AMP Radio, as well as an interview and live performance on Conan. With the release of the track in the UK and Europe, Harry travelled over to his home continent. In the week of release he appeared on Alan Carr: Chatty Man for an interview and performance, and a week later he performed on The X Factor UK, where he began his career as a member of One Direction. He also performed on Schlag den Raab in Germany and The X Factor Italy to promote the song in Europe.

        - Whilst promoting in Europe, Harry continued to promote the single in the US via various radio interviews in an attempt to combat the song falling on the charts, drastically dropping from a peak of #45 to #106 in one week. However, the song proved to be an instant success in the UK and Europe debuting at #2 in both territories, missing the #1 spot in the UK by less than 3,000 copies. In it's second week it reached #1 in Europe thanks to promotion.

        - Ahead of Harry's self-titled debut album release next month, he also gave several interviews to media outlets worldwide to boost hype.

        - All Night promotion: 97.1 AMP Radio (US), Conan (US), Capital FM (UK), Alan Carr: Chatty Man (UK), Schlag den Raab (Germany), 1 Live (Germany), The X Factor (Italy), 3FM (Netherlands), The X Factor (UK), Y100 (US), 103.5 KISS FM (US), 99.7 NOW FM (US)

        - Harry Styles album press promotion: USA Today (US), Metropolis (Asia), MTV.com (US), NOW Magazine (Canada), The Guardian (UK), Complex (US), The Australian (Oceania)
        Last edited by HarryB95; 07-31-2015, 07:06 PM.

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        • #5
          November 2013

          - During the beginning of the month, Harry returned to the US to perform All Night on Good Morning America and The View, helping to boost the song back into the Billboard Hot 100. After this final push for the single, the promotional efforts were focused on the album, released on the 18th. Following the great response to All Night, Harry Styles, received mixed to positive reviews with critics calling it 'a quality record', with a Metacritic score of 64%.

          - In the week preceding the release, Harry headed back to the UK to perform on The Late Late Show in Ireland and The Jonathan Ross Show in London. In the week of release, he made appearances on The Today Show and The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon in the US, and MuchMusic in Canada. Following this, he made a promotional trip to Australia for some high profile TV appearances.

          - After the first week of release, Harry Styles has proven to be successful across the world, selling 881,000 copies after 7 days on sale. It debuted within the top five of every major music market, including the number one spot in Latin America and Europe.

          - All Night promotion: Good Morning America (US), The View (US)

          - Harry Styles promotion: NME (UK), The Late Late Show (Ireland), The Jonathan Ross Show (UK), The Today Show (US), The Tonight Show (US), MuchMusic (Canada), Sunrise (Australia), The X Factor (Australia), Rove (Australia)

          December 2013

          - Harry continued to promote his self-titled debut album with a few television appearances, including high profile slots on Saturday Night Live and the finale of The X Factor UK. The album continued to sell in good numbers thanks to the busy holiday period. Harry's US performances helped the album reach a new peak of #4 in the country during it's third week.

          - As the month and year drew to a close, the album proved to be a major hit racking up total sales of 2,800,000 copies worldwide after just 6 weeks, reaching platinum certification in the US, UK, Oceania and Asia. It also hit Gold in Canada and Latin America.

          - Harry Styles promotion: Late Night with Seth Meyers (US), Saturday Night Live (US), The X Factor (UK)
          Last edited by HarryB95; 07-30-2015, 04:43 PM.

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          • #6
            HARRY STYLES (ALBUM)
            Genre: Pop
            Produced by: Jeff Bhasker, Emile Haynie, Diplo, Ariel Rechsthaid
            Metacritic Score: 64%

            Released: 18th November 2013

            1. Never Coming Back
            2. Closed
            3. Tell
            4. Profits
            5. Uphill Struggle
            6. All Night
            7. Reasons
            8. Power
            9. Fair
            10. Feeding Tube
            11. Last Request

            USA: #4 (1,563,000)
            Canada: #4 (102,000)
            Latin America: #1 (187,000)
            UK: #2 (696,000)
            Europe: #1 (1,654,000)
            Oceania: #2 (159,000)
            Asia: #5 (609,000)

            Worldwide: #2 (4,970,000)
            Last edited by HarryB95; 08-02-2015, 12:03 PM.

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            • #7
              January 2014

              - As expected, sales for the album dropped off in January due to the slow post-Christmas period. Despite this, Harry officially released the second single from the album, 'Never Coming Back' on the 20th. The song received fantastic reviews, with a 92% on Metacritic indicating 'record of the decade'. The video, directed by Jake Nava, was released during the same week and also received outstanding reviews with a perfect 100% score.

              - Harry embarked on a US and Canada radio tour lasting a few weeks in order to promote the single, taking part in interviews with various stations lasting into early February. Whilst on this trek he also performed the song on The Late Show with Steven Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel Live.

              - Despite being a post-album single released in January, the track proved to be an instant hit in many territories. It became Harry's first top ten US single after the release of the video, debuting at #9. It also became his first #1 single in the UK, in addition to Latin America and Oceania.

              - Never Coming Back promotion: Z100 FM (US), KIIS FM (US), Kiss 108 (US), 103.5 KISS FM (US), 99.9 Virgin Radio (Canada), Late Show with Stephen Colbert (US), Jimmy Kimmel Live (US)

              February 2014

              - The US and Canada radio tour in support of Never Coming Back continued, yet the song fell from it's #9 peak in the US despite climbing into the top ten in Canada.

              - Harry also promoted his album in the US with an exclusive AOL Sessions performance, as well as a high-profile slot on American Idol that boosted sales.

              - Never Coming Back promotion: Y100 FM (US), Kiss 92.5 FM (Canada), 97.1 AMP Radio (US), Virgin Radio 96 (Canada), KROQ FM (US)

              - Harry Styles promotion: Sessions@AOL (US), American Idol (US)

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              • #8
                NEVER COMING BACK (Single)
                Genre: Pop
                Written by: Jeff Bhasker
                Produced by: Ariel Rechsthaid
                Metacritic Score: 92%

                Released: 20th January 2014

                USA: #9 (4,721,000)
                Canada: #2 (232,000)
                Latin America: #1 (190,000)
                UK: #1 (660,000)
                Europe: #13 (1,647,000)
                Oceania: #1 (100,000)
                Asia: #11 (461,000)

                Worldwide: 8,012,000

                USA Chart Run: 9 - 18 - 43 - 78 - 79 - 79 - 76 - 59 - 49 - 43 - 34 - 32 - 27 - 30 - 27 - 26 - 22 - 29 - 106 - 115 - 100 - 85 - 72 - 68 - 44 - 10 - 26 - 56 - 77 - 113 - 145 - 187 - OUT
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                • #9
                  March 2014

                  - At the beginning of the month, Harry appeared on The Graham Norton Show in the UK where he was interviewed and performed. During the show, he announced he would be heading out on a tour called 'The All Night Tour' to promote the album, beginning in the UK in summer. The dates were released shortly after:

                  7th May 2014 - The O2, Dublin, Ireland
                  8th May 2014 - Odyssey Arena, Belfast, Ireland
                  11th May 2014 - Hydro Arena, Glasgow, Scotland
                  13th May 2014 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England
                  15th May 2014 - First Direct Arena, Leeds, England
                  18th May 2014 - LG Arena, Birmingham, England
                  19th May 2014 - Capital FM Arena, Nottingham, England
                  22nd May 2014 - Wembley Arena, London, England
                  23rd May 2014 - Wembley Arena, London, England
                  25th May 2014 - Manchester Arena, Manchester, England

                  - Never Coming Back also experienced a second wind of sorts in the US, climbing a few weeks from a low position of 79 to 43.

                  - Harry Styles promotion: The Graham Norton Show (UK)
                  Last edited by HarryB95; 07-31-2015, 11:04 AM.

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                  • #10
                    April 2014

                    - It was announced that Harry Styles would join the line up for BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend festival to take place in May. The festival takes place at the end of Harry's UK arena tour.

                    - Never Coming Back continued to grow on the US Hot 100, reaching #27 by the end of the month, while the album seems to have stabilised in the top 20 on the worldwide charts, charting consistently in the top ten in the UK and Europe.


                    May 2014

                    - Harry kicked off 'The All Night Tour' in the UK with all shows sold out, with each stop of the tour also receiving good reviews from critics. Harry then announced a European leg of the tour, the dates as followed:

                    5th June 2014 - Bercy Arena, Paris, France
                    7th June 2014 - Halle Tony Garnier, Lyon, France
                    10th June 2014 - Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
                    12th June 2014 - Mediolanum Forum, Milan, Italy
                    14th June 2014 - Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
                    17th June 2014 - Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
                    19th June 2014 - Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium
                    21st June 2014 - Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
                    24th June 2014 - O2 World, Berlin, Germany
                    26th June 2014 - Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden
                    28th June 2014 - Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark
                    1st July 2014 - Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
                    3rd July 2014 - Sport Arena, Budapest, Hungary
                    6th July 2014 - O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic

                    - The album continued to perform well, lingering in the top five in Latin America, the UK and Europe. It seems to be selling 30-40k worldwide every week. Never Coming Back is also still climbing again in the US, despite the album's third single Profits being announced for released on June 2nd.
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                    • #11
                      THE ALL NIGHT TOUR
                      Total Shows: 49
                      Total Revenue: $67,254,300
                      Average Reviews: 75%


                      7th May 2014 - The O2, Dublin, Ireland - 16,000/16,000 - $1,398,400
                      8th May 2014 - Odyssey Arena, Belfast, Ireland - 15,000/15,000 - $1,311,000
                      11th May 2014 - Hydro Arena, Glasgow, Scotland - 13,200/13,200 - $1,153,680
                      13th May 2014 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England - 11,000/11,000 - $961,400
                      15th May 2014 - First Direct Arena, Leeds, England - 13,500/13,500 - $1,179,900
                      18th May 2014 - LG Arena, Birmingham, England - 16,000/16,000 - $1,398,400
                      19th May 2014 - Capital FM Arena, Nottingham, England - 10,400/10,400 - $908,960
                      22nd May 2014 - Wembley Arena, London, England - 12,000/12,000 - $1,048,800
                      23rd May 2014 - Wembley Arena, London, England - 12,000/12,000 - $1,048,800
                      25th May 2014 - Manchester Arena, Manchester, England - 21,000/21,000 - $1,835,400

                      5th June 2014 - Bercy Arena, Paris, France - 17,500/17,500 - $1,223,600
                      7th June 2014 - Halle Tony Garnier, Lyon, France - 16,500/16,500 - $1,153,680
                      10th June 2014 - Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland - 15,000/15,000 - $1,048,800
                      12th June 2014 - Mediolanum Forum, Milan, Italy - 20,000/20,000 - $1,398,400
                      14th June 2014 - Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany - 12,500/12,500 - $874,000
                      17th June 2014 - Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany - 20,000/20,000 - $1,398,400
                      19th June 2014 - Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium - 23,000/23,000 - $1,608,160
                      21st June 2014 - Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands - 17,000/17,000 - $1,188,640
                      24th June 2014 - O2 World, Berlin, Germany - 18,000/18,000 - $1,258,560
                      26th June 2014 - Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden - 16,000/16,000 - $1,118,720
                      28th June 2014 - Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark - 10,500/10,500 - $734,160
                      1st July 2014 - Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria - 16,000/16,000 - $1,118,720
                      3rd July 2014 - Sport Arena, Budapest, Hungary - 12,500/12,500 - $874,000
                      6th July 2014 - O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic - 18,000/18,000 - $1,258,560

                      12th August 2014 - TD Garden, Boston, United States - 16,000/16,000 - $1,313,280
                      15th August 2014 - Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada - 21,000/21,000 - $1,723,680
                      17th August 2014 - Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada - 19,800/19,800 - $1,625,184
                      19th August 2014 - The Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit, United States - 21,000/21,000 - $1,723,680
                      22nd August 2014 - United Center, Chicago, United States - 23,000/23,000 - $1,887,840
                      24th August 2014 - Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, United States - 19,000/19,000 - $1,559,520
                      26th August 2014 - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, United States - 21,000/21,000 - $1,723,680
                      29th August 2014 - Madison Square Garden, New York, United States - 22,000/22,000 - $1,805,760
                      31st August 2014 - Verizon Center, Washington DC, United States - 21,000/21,000 - $1,723,680
                      2nd September 2014 - Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, United States - 18,000/18,000 - $1,477,440
                      4th September 2014 - Phillips Arena, Atlanta, United States - 20,000/20,000 - $1,641,600
                      6th September 2014 - American Airlines Arena, Miami, United States - 19,000/19,000 - $1,559,520
                      9th September 2014 - Toyota Center, Houston, United States - 19,200/19,200 - $1,575,936
                      12th September 2014 - Pepsi Center, Denver, United States - 21,000/21,000 - $1,723,680
                      14th September 2014 - MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States - 18,000/18,000 - $1,477,440
                      16th September 2014 - Staples Center, Los Angeles, United States - 20,000/20,000 - $1,641,600
                      19th September 2014 - Key Arena, Seattle, United States - 16,500/16,500 - $1,354,320
                      21st September 2014 - Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Canada - 19,000/19,000 - $1,559,520
                      23rd September 2014 - Rexall Place, Edmonton, Canada - 14,000/14,000 - $1,149,120

                      24th October 2014 - Vector Arena, Auckland, New Zealand - 12,000/12,000 - $1,121,760
                      27th October 2014 - Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia - 13,500/13,500 - $1,261,980
                      29th October 2014 - Acer Arena, Sydney, Australia - 21,000/21,000 - $1,963,080
                      31st October 2014 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia - 17,000/17,000 - $1,589,160
                      3rd November 2014 - Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australia - 12,000/12,000 - $1,121,760
                      5th November 2014 - Perth Arena, Perth, Australia - 15,500/15,500 - $1,448,940
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                      • #12
                        June 2014

                        - Never Coming Back drops out of the Hot 100 after hitting 2x Platinum, and the album's third singles Profits is released worldwide along with the music video, once again directed by Jake Nava. The song and video both receive good reviews, with critics calling it "record of the year".

                        - The All Night Tour European leg kicks off again to great success once again, with sold-out shows and great reviews across the board. Harry then announced some North American dates for the summer:

                        12th August 2014 - TD Garden, Boston, United States
                        15th August 2014 - Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada
                        17th August 2014 - Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada
                        19th August 2014 - The Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit, United States
                        22nd August 2014 - United Center, Chicago, United States
                        24th August 2014 - Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, United States
                        26th August 2014 - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, United States
                        29th August 2014 - Madison Square Garden, New York, United States
                        31st August 2014 - Verizon Center, Washington DC, United States
                        2nd September 2014 - Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, United States
                        4th September 2014 - Phillips Arena, Atlanta, United States
                        6th September 2014 - American Airlines Arena, Miami, United States
                        9th September 2014 - Toyota Center, Houston, United States
                        12th September 2014 - Pepsi Center, Denver, United States
                        14th September 2014 - MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States
                        16th September 2014 - Staples Center, Los Angeles, United States
                        19th September 2014 - Key Arena, Seattle, United States
                        21st September 2014 - Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Canada
                        23rd September 2014 - Rexall Place, Edmonton, Canada

                        - The third single Profits gets off to a good start in many territories, debuting at number one in Latin America, the UK, Oceania and Asia following the official release and music video. In it's first week, Profits charted outside of the top ten in Canada and Europe, and hasn't yet charted in the US. In the second week, Profits jumped to #3 in Canada and #6 in Europe whilst remaining at the top spot in Latin America, UK and Oceania. It also made it's debut in the US at #88. By the end of the month, Profits climbed to #52 in the US, #1 in Canada and #4 in Europe.

                        - Harry announced Oceania dates for The All Night Tour, the final leg of the tour:

                        24th October 2014 - Vector Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
                        27th October 2014 - Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia
                        29th October 2014 - Acer Arena, Sydney, Australia
                        31st October 2014 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia
                        3rd November 2014 - Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australia
                        5th November 2014 - Perth Arena, Perth, Australia
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                        • #13
                          I loved your tour stats. Great work.

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                            Thanks for reading! Wasn't sure if anyone was going to look or not but it's quite fun to keep track of the progress regardless

                        • #14
                          PROFITS (Single)
                          Genre: Pop
                          Written by: Emile Haynie
                          Produced by: Emile Haynie
                          Metacritic Score: 84%

                          Released: 2nd June 2014

                          USA: #3 (3,760,000)
                          Canada: #1 (263,000)
                          Latin America: #1 (241,000)
                          UK: #1 (844,000)
                          Europe: #2 (1,636,000)
                          Oceania: #1 (137,000)
                          Asia: #1 (724,000)

                          Worldwide: #3 (7,609,000)

                          USA Chart Run: X - 88 - 61 - 52 - 43 - 36 - 30 - 25 - 69 - 49 - 40 - 36 - 25 - 17 - 14 - 13 - 12 - 9 - 7 - 8 - 3 - 12 - 79 - 108 - 141 - 165 - 195 - OUT
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                          • #15
                            July 2014

                            - Perhaps spurred on by the success and hype of the tour, Profits continues to climb on the European singles charts without a single promotion spot. In the first week of the month it hit a new peak of #2, whilst also continuing to scale the US Hot 100, hitting a new peak of #25 by the end of the month.

                            - It is reported that Harry has started work on his second solo album after the huge success of his self-titled debut which has now sold over 4 million copies worldwide.

                            August 2014

                            - The All Night Tour continues with the North American leg kicking off. Once again, Harry plays to sold out audiences and receives good reviews whilst he continues work on his second album.

                            - Never Coming Back hits 3x platinum and makes an unexpected return to the Hot 100, quickly and briefly scaling to the top ten.

                            September 2014

                            - As Harry continues the North America tour, Profits continues to rise in the US, reaching a new peak of #13 on the chart and hitting 2x platinum in the country.

                            October 2014

                            - Harry continues to work on his second album ahead of completing The All Night Tour with a final leg in Oceania. Profits enters the top ten of the Hot 100, becoming his second solo top ten hit in the US.

                            November 2014

                            - The All Night Tour draws to a close in Oceania, officially bringing the promotion of the era to an end.

                            - Despite this and Harry focusing his efforts on studio work for the next album, Profits is continuing to grow in the US, hitting #3 in the first week of November and thus becoming Harry's highest charting solo hit in America.


                            December 2014

                            - A quiet month as Harry relaxes since finishing The All Night Tour, and also continues work on his new album. Profits officially falls out of the US singles chart after hitting x3 Platinum. The album continues to sell in quantities of ~30k each week thanks to Holiday sales even with no promotion, although the era is now officially over.
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