Louis Tomlinson describes debut album release period as ‘weekly struggle’

Louis Tomlinson said the timing of the release of his debut album was not a “daily struggle but maybe a weekly struggle” because the record did not guarantee regular radio play.

he, 30-year-old former One Direction star, released Walls in 2020 and it peaked at number 4 in the UK despite its singles performing less strongly.

Meanwhile, as part of his former boy band, Tomlinson has scored four number-one albums and four number-one singles.


Louis Tomlinson with One Direction star Liam Payne at the 2016 Brit Awards (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

Speaking to the BBC about his full solo debut, he said: “I wouldn’t say it’s a daily struggle, but maybe a weekly struggle.

“Obviously my experience in One Direction was top notch. We played on the radio all the time but my last album wasn’t. Not really.

“To be fair, there really isn’t a song that matches that on the radio.

“But what I find interesting is that I am fortunate to have the ability to tour globally, but I may not get the support I need on the radio. That seems to me like a slight contradiction.”

Tomlinson’s second album, Faith In The Future, will be released on November 11 and follow his recently released single Bigger Than Me.

Describing the new track, he said, “I wanted my first single to have a certain sense of ambition and scale, hence the big chorus.”

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