Louis Tomlinson Sings Coming-of-Age Anthem, ‘Bigger Than Me’ on The Late Late Show with James Corden

This week, Louis Tomlinson performed his most recent single, ‘Bigger Than Me’ on The Late Late Show With James Corden.

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The first single from Tomlinson’s upcoming second album, ‘Faith In The Future,’ titled ‘Bigger Than Me,’ was unveiled earlier this month.

Speaking about the album, Tomlison said that it was his first moment of excitement making the record. He said that it felt like he was on to something which honours the live show. Louis said that he always strived to be normal and a humble person in life.

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Talking about his album ‘Faith In The Future’ to Corden, Tomlinson said that it’s something he was immensely proud of but it was challenging, coming out of a band the size of ‘One Direction’, then finding his feet musically. He spoke about the trial & error methods a musician goes through, during the process of making music and said that he had to go through it in public. Louis claims he’s certain that this album defines him better as an artist.

Check out the video here:

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On The Late Late Show with James Corden, Tomlinson made a lot of revelations and confessions. It made his fans connect with him on a more personal note.