There's new music playing on Mix 94.9!

"Adore You" is the third single from Harry Styles' latest album Fine Line. The song released Friday, December 6 and the album -- his second solo album -- released a week later.

Lyrically, Styles professes his love, singing “Oh honey, I’d walk through fire for you/ Just let me adore you/ Like it’s the only thing I’ll ever do/ Like it’s the only thing I’ll ever do.”

“A big part of going into this album was I spent a lot of time thinking about the whole process of, you make an album, and then you put it out…" he told Zane Lowe, "and then you tour it. I kind of went into the second one feeling like I want to work out how to make all of this feel really fun."

Styles kicks off his Love On Tour this summer with a St. Paul stop July 16.

Kygo's remix of Whitney Houston's "Higher Love" is also playing now on Mix 94.9!

The song, originally a hit single by Steve Winwood in 1986, was covered by Houston and added as a bonus track on the Japanese edition of her 1990 album I'm Your Baby Tonight, according to Pitchfork.

This past summer, Norwegian DJ-producer Kygo was invited to remix Houston's version of the song. “We want to remind people why they fell in love with Whitney in the first place,” said Houston's sister-in-law Pat Houston. "“Kygo was the first person that was mentioned. He put his spin on it and did a fantastic job."

The song was released June 28, 2019 and became Houston's first posthumous hit following her death seven years ago.

Jon Bellion's collaboration with DJ/producer Illenium "Good Things Fall Apart" has also been added to rotation on Mix 94.9.

"Good Things Fall Apart" was produced by Illenium and released May 13, 2019 -- the third single from his since-released album Ascend. Jon Bellion -- who got his start in music producing mixtapes in his parents' basement -- provides vocals.

The cinematic music video was released June 10.

Listen for new music from Harry Styles, Kygo and Jon Bellion with Illenium playing now on Mix 94.9!

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