Harry Styles' new album is finally here! 

The 25-year-old singer dropped Fine Line on Friday. 

One of the songs, "Cherry," quickly garnered a lot of attention. While Styles didn't name any names in the tune, many fans assumed the track was a nod to his relationship with Camille Rowe, whom he split from in 2018 after a year of dating.

In the song, Styles sang about watching someone move on after a breakup.

"Don't you call him 'baby'/We're not talking lately/Don't you call him what you used to call me," he crooned. 

At one point in the song, Styles sang, "There's a piece of you in how I dress." He also later revealed, "I just miss your accent and your friends." 

Near the end of the track, the former One Direction member played a voice message from someone speaking in French—fueling the speculation the song was a reference to the model.

"S--t, Camille's voicemail in 'Cherry' made me tear up," one fan tweeted. "I'm in my feels. Thanks Harry. "

"'Cherry' made me realize just how much Harry may have fallen for Camille," another added.

During a recent interview with Zane Lowe, Styles confirmed the vocals at the end were provided by an "ex-girlfriend."

"It got added in later on, and it felt so part of the song," he said at the time. "It just felt like it needed it. We're friends and stuff, so I asked her if it was OK. And she was OK with it."

Harry Styles, Camille Rowe

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When asked what she thought of the song, Styles replied, "I think she liked it."

To hear the full song, check out the clip above.

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