Louis Tomlinson Announces New Album "Faith in the Future" — and Shares Debut Single

Louis Tomlinson has a new album on the way. On Sept. 1, the 30-year-old former One Direction singer released "Bigger Than Me," the debut single off his forthcoming sophomore solo LP, "Faith in the Future."

Tomlinson announced the album the day before the single's release on Twitter. "Thank you for allowing me to make the music I want to make," he wrote alongside the announcement. He also shared the album's release date and its 14-song tracklist.

In a press release about the single, Tomlinson said that he shaped his second album specifically around live performances. "It was my first moment of excitement making this record, and where it felt we were on to something which honors the live show," he said, per Billboard. "I've always strived to be a very normal, humble person in this life, but there's a line to that and a responsibility that comes from being in this position." He added, "I realized from doing those live shows what it means to my fans and how everything I do is bigger than me. It's almost a coming of age for myself and putting opinions about myself to the back of my mind and thinking about what it potentially means for other people."

Tomlinson's first album, the candid and emotional "Walls," was released in 2020 and reached No. 9 on the Billboard 200.

Ahead, check out what we know about the album so far.

"Faith in the Future" Release Date

"Faith in the Future" will be released on Nov. 11, and it is now available for preorder.

"Faith in the Future" Tracklist

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"Faith in the Future" will feature 14 songs.

1. "The Greatest"
2. "Written All Over Your Face"
3. "Bigger Than Me"
4. "Lucky Again"
5. "Face the Music"
6. "Chicago"
7. "Common People"
8. "Out of My System"
9. "Angels Fly"
10. "Saturdays"
11. "Silver Tongues"
12. "She Is Beauty We Are World Class"
13. "All This Time"
14. "That's the Way Love Goes"

"Faith in the Future" Album Art

Tomlinson shared the album cover on social media on Aug. 31.