After 2 years of multiple single releases, Louis Tomlinson has finally announced the release date for his debut album as well as first solo headline tour. The former One Direction member took to social media to share with his fans his debut album Walls is set to be released Jan. 31, 2020.
— Louis Tomlinson (@Louis_Tomlinson) October 23, 2019
In the past few years. the boyband heartthrob has been through quite a lot losing his mother, Johannah Deakin, to leukemia back in 2016 right before venturing out on his solo career and the release of his debut single featuring Steve Aoki “Just Hold On,” and recently losing his younger sister, Felicite, this past March. After two years of releasing a multitude of singles including “Back To You” featuring Bebe Rexha, relatable, fan-tribute “Just Like You,” and his emotional single and tribute to his late mother “Two Of Us.”
His latest rock-inspired single “Kill My Mind” gave fans more of a glimpse of the direction Tomlinson seems to be heading with his music. His newest single “We Made It,” which dropped today along with a music video, reflects on the journey of getting through the hardships of a relationship.
Fans of Tomlinson have much to look forward to this new year with his debut full-length album release in January. The 27-year-old singer-songwriter is also set to embark on a 43-date world tour in March begging in Europe and continuing through Asia, South America and North America.
Been waiting for this moment since I started my solo career. Can't wait to see you all on tour. There are also a few more dates going up at a later date. Thanks for everything. Here we go! https://t.co/S2V4BhtU92 pic.twitter.com/o5waynvKDY
— Louis Tomlinson (@Louis_Tomlinson) October 24, 2019
In his tour announcement, Tomlinson mentioned it was a moment he has been waiting for since the beginning of his solo career, and from the positive and exciting response from fans, the feeling is mutual. Tickets for the Louis Tomlinson World Tour go on sale Nov. 1 and his debut album Walls is now up for pre-order as well as available to pre-save on Spotify and Apple Music.