Louis Tomlinson recently released his second studio album, “Faith in the Future,” and is preparing to go on tour to support it; however, the singer broke his arm, which is a setback.
Tomlinson took to social media to share the bad news about his injury:
“Thank you to everyone that’s listened to the new album so far, it means the world to me. The show last night in New York was incredible.
Unfortunately, on the way back I’ve managed to fall and break my right arm pretty badly. So I’m gutted to say I’ll have to reschedule the in-store signings next week.
New dates will be announced very soon. Thank you for all your support and sorry to anyone who was coming next week.”
The 30-year-old also shared images of his X-Ray, which revealed a broken bone in his right arm.
This incident occurred shortly after the singer’s return with his sophomore album, “Walls,” which was released on November 11, two years after his first studio album, “Walls,” was released in January 2020. On the same day as the album’s release, the former One Direction member kicked off his tour at Irving Plaza, performing several songs from the album, including a rock cover of “Night Changes,” a fan-favorite One Direction song. According to reports, the locations affected by the postponement include London, Birmingham, Manchester, and Glasglow. Tomlinson has another show scheduled for November 18 at London’s 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, but it has yet to be rescheduled. According to reports, his schedule for the upcoming dates will be jam-packed, as he recently announced the launch of his “Faith in the Future” tour in 2023.
Fans have been anticipating “Faith in the Future” for quite some time and are disappointed to learn that the singer has been injured and several events have been postponed. They are very supportive and have continued to stream and support Tomlinson’s album, and they have even managed to lighten the mood.
A fan jokingly wrote:
“Was the writing process difficult? I’m not talking about the album.”