One Direction star Louis Tomlinson provides update on new album | Music | Entertainment

Alongside One Direction, Tomlinson released five studio albums. With the exception of their debut album, Up All Night, all of the band’s records reached number one on the charts. After the quintet officially split in 2016, each of the members began releasing their own solo albums. Tomlinson released his debut album in 2020; the last member of the group to do so.

When Tomlinson released his debut album, Walls, he encountered mixed reviews and comparisons with Oasis.

However, the disc was commercially successful. When it was released, it sold over 35,000 copies.

Walls also debuted at the top of the album charts in Argentina, Portugal, Mexico and Scotland, while reaching the top ten in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Poland and Spain.

Now Tomlinson has given a glimpse of when the next album might arrive.

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Tomlinson wrote to his 35.9 million Twitter followers, “I’m working hard on the next album!

“I like to take the time. I hope everyone is well!”

Fans of the local Doncaster were delighted with her update, with many sending her best wishes.

One of them, louisartbot, wrote: “so excited to hear !!! send our best energies your way. “

Tomlinson recently added fuel to the fire when he began to recall his time in the band, which originally formed on the ITV X Factor show.

The 29-year-old posted a few memorabilia on the 11th anniversary of his audition for the talent show.

He wrote: “11 years since my first audition! I had no idea that day how much that would have changed between then and now.”

Tomlinson then added: “Thank you to everyone who has been there for me along the way! We are just getting started!”

Earlier this year, the odds of 1D getting back together were a quarter, but that could still change.

Harry Styles’ arrival in the Marvel Cinematic Universe during Eternals ruined the chances of that happening.

Ladbrokes recently gave the group a 6/4 chance to reunite within the next 12 months.

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