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“Music for a Sushi Restaurant” is the opening song to Harry Styles' third studio album "Harry’s House". Mingling smooth jazz and funky ‘70s pop, Styles sings about making sushi while relating it to his desire for a relationship. In a May 2022 interview with NPR, the British singer revealed the story behind the freaky song: "I was in a sushi restaurant in Los Angeles with my producer and one of our songs came on from the last album, and I kind of said, like, “This is really strange music for a sushi restaurant.”" Before adding that it was in the running to be the name of the album: "I was like, that would be a really fun album title, but then as the song started being made I kind of just set on “Music for a Sushi Restaurant.”" "After "Fine Line", I had an idea of how I thought the next album would open. But there’s something about ‘Sushi’ that felt like, ‘Nah, that’s how I want to start.’ It becomes really obvious what the first song should be based on what you play for people when they’re like, ‘Oh, can I hear a bit of the music?’ It’s like, how do you want to set the tone?" – via Apple Music