Louis Tomlinson tells his fans to stop listening to the bad song Help that was leaked.
Louis Tomlinson has told his fans to stop listening to a “s**” song of his that has been leaked online and is making the rounds.
The 29-year-old singer was furious when “Help” ended up on the internet, because he had been working hard to get “the right sound” for his next album.
On the song, he sings, “Why am I awake wearing clothes from last night? Why is there a street sign on the ground?”
This week, Louis posted on Twitter, “I spent a lot of time making sure I had the right songs and the right sound. It’s crazy that this information got out. The song is terrible.”
Later, the singer from One Direction hinted that he has a “big” surprise in store for his fans.
He wrote, “I’m planning something BIG for later this year! It will be a big deal!!”
Louis said in February that he was “sure” some new songs would be out before the end of 2021.
He wrote: “I’ve been giving my next record a lot of thought. It will be a big deal!”
When a fan asked him if he knew when the follow-up to his first solo album, “Walls,” which came out in 2020, he said, “I don’t know.” “I don’t want to feel pressured while I’m writing, so I don’t have any concrete plans. I’m sure I’ll release something this year, but it’s not likely to be the album. But who knows!”
And when another fan asked which songs from “Walls” will be a “good bridge” to the next album, he said, “Great question. Walls, only the brave, kill my mind, copy of a copy”
In November, Louis said that some of the songs on his first album were “truer to him” than others. With his second album, he wants to make sure that all of the songs are true to him “He “owned” what he was trying to say.
He said, “I’m really, really happy. Before Corona took over our lives, I had pretty much written down a plan. And now I have a little more time to really think about what I want to say and how I want things to sound. Because, you know, I was really proud of my first album, but some parts felt more like me than others. I think there were some songs where I took a little more of a risk and said, “This is who I want to be” about what I love. So I want to learn from what they did.”