“I think this record, every song is about something slightly different But I think there is something, there’s the element of change that keeps coming back. There’s definitely a lot of nostalgia in there, because I’ve been thinking about getting older and all that kind of thing. So I think there is a kind of invisible concept that ties it all together, if you know what I mean,” he told Billboard of the pop/rock-oriented collection of songs.
In comparison to his first solo album, Walls, Tomlinson noted, “I think that was a lot of me working out who I was coming out of the band. And it’s not to say I wasn’t true to myself in the band, but I was in that band and I was part of that band — it wasn’t just me. It took a second to me to work that development stage out, whereas I think I did have a clearer picture on this record.”
Trailing behind Tomlinson’s Faith in the Future on the fan-voted poll is Wizkid’s More Love, Less Ego — the Nigerian singer’s first follow-up to 2020’s Made in Lagos — with 33% of the vote.
See the final results of this week’s new music release poll below.
SNL‘s December schedule will kick off with SZA as musical guest and Keke Palmer as host on Dec. 3. “first december show!” the Saturday Night Live Instagram announced on Sunday (Nov. 13), following this weekend’s episode with Dave Chappelle and Black Star. “Can’t believe this is happening lmao . I plan on acting a f—ing fool . See you soon New York,” SZA shared on her own account on Sunday. […]
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