Louis Tomlinson put “a lot of pressure” on himself with his new album


Louis Tomlinson has put “a lot of pressure” on himself with his new album.

The 30-year-old pop star is due to release his second album ‘Faith in the Future’ in November 2022, but in the meantime he released lead single ‘Bigger Than Me’ and admitted it was ‘important’ to him that the songs correspond within the framework of live performances.

He said: “We wrote it in London and there was a lot of pressure – or at least I put a lot of pressure on myself in terms of what I wanted from that first single. And I knew I had kind of come out with something that feels pretty big. I’m a huge, huge fan of that chorus and it kind of gives you that feeling and feels like an ambitious song to come out. But also something that’s been important to everything throughout long “It was the writing process is that it’s something you can imagine easily in the context of the live show and that’s really important to me because that’s what I prefer to do. So I’m really looking forward to doing this one live.”

The former One Direction star – who released his 2020 debut album ‘Walls’ almost five years after the boy band went on hiatus – went on to tease that although he doesn’t want to “say too much” on his next album, it’s about his “relationship with his fans” and how he felt during the lockdown.

Speaking on the ‘Smallzy’s Surgery’ podcast, he added: “I feel like I gave a lot on my first record but not saying too much, it’s just kind of feelings I had in lockout and understanding what my job is and what my relationship is with the fans and what all of that really means.”

“Faith in the Future” is due out on November 11, 2022.


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