The pressure of being a solo artist, according to Louis Tomlinson, is different from that of being in One Direction: The lows are deeper when you’re alone.

The pressure of being a solo artist, according to Louis Tomlinson, is distinct from that of being in One Direction. The singer claimed that while performing alone, “the lows are lower” in an essay for the Sunday Times. Tomlinson said that he likes to claim “not just one fifth” of the credit for his work. Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! Thank you for registering! Louis Tomlinson claimed that the pressure of being a solo artist is different than that of performing with One Direction.

The artist discussed family, social media, and solo touring in a “Life in the Day” essay for The Sunday Times. The essay comes out on November 11 in time for Tomlinson’s upcoming album single, “Faith in the Future.”

After One Direction announced an indefinite sabbatical in 2016, its members started putting out separate albums. Tomlinson pointed out the drawbacks of working alone.
Being a solo artist comes with a different kind of pressure, and the lows are smaller.

However, the ‘Back to You’ singer acknowledged that making career-related decisions means “the highs are bigger,” mentioning his performance at the Milano Summer Fest in September as a memorable occasion.

We made decisions as a group in One Direction, but now it’s all up to me. The highs are also higher as a result. I performed this year in Milan in front of 34,000 people. The praise was nearly overwhelming, but I could claim full responsibility, not just a fifth,’ claimed Tomlinson, referring to the boy band’s initial five members.

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Tomlinson talked openly about becoming a father and how his hectic upbringing suited him for the role. The musician and his ex-girlfriend Briana Jungwirth are the parents of six-year-old Freddie.

‘Being a father has changed me, but because I was the oldest and my mother used to work nights, I had to take care of feeding, dressing, and bathing my younger siblings, so I’ve already had a parenting crash course,’ he said. “I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t difficult, but it’s also incredibly fulfilling,” she said.

Despite stating that social media is “very crucial for connecting to my fans,” Tomlinson also admitted that he finds it difficult to keep up with the pace of online activity.

He remarked, “It can be a toxic environment and I’ve had some crazy messages slide into my DMs.” I’m only watching “Bargain Hunt,” which isn’t very exciting, so I can’t keep up with folks posting 20 photographs a day on Instagram.