Louis Tomlinson plays the robbers in the video for “Don’t Let It Break Your Heart”
While Louis Tomlinson reveal (finally) released his first solo album, “Walls”, on January 31, 2020, it continues to the teaser with a new song titled Don’t Let It Break Your Heart”. The ex-member of One Direction, today unveils the video for her single in which he plays the robbers.
After the Spice Girls and the Pussycat Dolls, who will leave on tour in April 2020, One Direction, will they also be reformed in the near future ? This is not impossible if we are to believe the revelations of Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson at PRBK. For the time being, the members of the group, to enjoy their solo career. Payno will unveil her first album “LP1” on December 6, whilst Harry Styles will release their second album, “Fine Line” on December 13.
Louis Tomlinson unveils the music video for Don t Let It Break Your Heart
The next month, it will be the turn of Louis Tomlinson to unbuckle his first solo album titled “Walls” : rendezvous on January 31, 2020 specifically. A first solo album teasé pieces Kill My Mind, Miss You, We Made It and Two of Us, in honour of his mother, Johannah Deakin, who died in December 2016. The last single in date ? Don’t Let It Break Your Heart.
The british singer talks about the courage that we need to be to cope with life and overcome the difficult tests : “Don’t you let it kill you / Even when it hurts like hell / or whatever tears you apart / Don’t let it break your heart / Time takes time to heal it / You can do it by yourself.” To illustrate these words, Louis Tomlinson plays the villains in the movie clip in which it also follows one of his accomplices in full flight. Flee is the best way to avoid the obstacles ? You have 4 hours 😉
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