Louis Tomlinson releases a new song 'Just Like You'

Louis Tomlinson releases a new song 'Just Like You'

Louis Tomlinson releases a new song 'Just Like You'

Louis Tomlinson has officially gone his own direction with his first all-solo track titled "Just Like You", which arrived at midnight local time on Thursday (Oct. 12).

And the pop star recently admitted being a solo artist is much "easier" than being in One Direction. Since then, he's released another single-"Back to You" featuring Bebe Rexha and Digital Farm Animals.

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Listen to "Just Like You" below.

He said on Beats 1: "It's very autobiographical and obviously about me". "The fans have seen so much and got to know us so well, but I've never really had a chance to be as honest like that with music, so that was really refreshing".

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"Just Like You" expresses the challenges of success and emphasizes how there are drawbacks that go with the perks. Or at least the approximation of a guitar sound that runs throughout the rainy single, where Tomlinson sings, "I'm just like you / Even though my problems look nothing like yours do".

Earlier, Tomlinson hit social media. He also called it one of his favorites from his upcoming new album: "Conceptually I think it's sums me up!" he said. "I've kind of struggled with the concept of fame and it's hard for anyone to get your head around".

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