Louis Tomlinson Releases Title Track From Upcoming Album

Louis Tomlinson returns with a brand new song ‘Walls’, released today Friday January 17th.

Louis says: “It’s about coming home having been on tour, soon after the band had split. I found some of my girlfriend’s clothes in the cupboard and it hit me what I’d done. I love the indie sound of the song and its circular nature – it opens and closes with the same lyric.”

That lyric – ‘Nothing wakes you up like waking up alone’ – shows Louis’ progression as a songwriter ready to reveal his vulnerable side. ‘The day you walked away was the day I became the man that I am now,’ is another.

“I pretend not to be romantic, but I am,” says Louis. “It really hit home when I was in the studio to hear the strings being recorded. There must have been 25 musicians in there, all for my song. It was a proper tear-jerking moment already and I’ve never felt a shiver like it.”

Listen here:

http://louis-tomlinson.co/WallsSingle

‘Walls’ is taken from Louis’s highly anticipated debut solo album also entitled ‘Walls’, released January 31st 2020. Lyrically, he’s rightly proud of all twelve tracks on the album, most rooted in real life, but in particular those that dig deep on subjects ranging from relationships and family to the folly of youth and days of self-doubt. Live, he’s most looking forward to performing the songs that reflect the indie-rock he grew up on and still adores today.

“I feel like this is the start of my career, with so much to look forward to and all the plans in place,” says Louis. “Honestly, I’ve been through every emotion possible in the past few years and come out the other side stronger and more confident than I’ve ever been. I know I’ve made an album that my fans will like, one that sounds like me and has its own identity. There were times I wasn’t sure if this was what I should be doing. Now I can’t imagine doing anything else.”

UK Tour Dates 

23.03 Roundhouse, London (SOLD OUT)

24.03 Ro​undhouse, London (SOLD OUT)

26.03 O2 Academy, Glasgow (SOLD OUT)

27.03 Dome, Doncaster (SOLD OUT)

28.03 O2 Apollo, Manchester (SOLD OUT)

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