Louis Tomlinson is gearing up for his debut album, ‘Walls’, and has just dropped an 8 second video teaser of his next single, ‘We Made It’ on Twitter. Louies, of course, are losing all concept of the meaning “chill”.
Louis recently mentioned in an interview that the track – which he leaked a snippet of some time ago – is in fact inspired by the unbreakable bond between him and his fans. I’M NOT CRYING, YOU ARE.
Louis took the original leaked snippet that fans have been constantly asking him about for 84 years and turned it into a teaser– which glitches and reveals the date Thursday, October 24th.
— Louis Tomlinson (@Louis_Tomlinson) October 20, 2019
The hashtag #WeMadeIt has already started doing numbers and is beginning to trend on Twitter just minutes after the announcement dropped! Now that’s what we call dedication.
— 𝕊𝕥𝕖🍂𝕝𝕠𝕧𝕖𝕤 ℍ𝕒𝕓𝕚𝕥🎃 #Walls (@l4rrylsr3al) October 20, 2019
Let’s check in on the fandom to see how they’re taking the news…
CAN YOU FUCLINF BELIEVE WERE GETTING WE MADE IT IN FOUR DAYS WHATTHRFGUCKFJ
— rana ✧ misses louis (@Iwtonlyangel) October 20, 2019
Louis: out THURSDAY
Louis: we made it
— 👻Deffensless_is_my_song🎃 (@Harry_Hi_) October 20, 2019
NÃO É MAIS SURTO COLETIVO, NAO É MAIS SO TEORIA NOSSA WE MADE IT REALMENTE VAI SER LANÇADA DIA 24 DE OUTUBRO PUTA MERDA pic.twitter.com/nVNn1kgShI
— 𝓑 loves louis |𝐖𝐌𝐈 𝟐𝟒/𝟏𝟎/𝟏𝟗 | ◟̽◞̽ (@paynosa) October 20, 2019
we made it by louis tomlinson,, out on thursday october 24 ✨ https://t.co/MCY73F6pCw
— jamie WE MADE IT (@tomlinssivan) October 20, 2019
Well, just as I suspected. And honestly? SAME.
‘Walls’ is expected to drop early next year, but no date has been confirmed as of yet. Catch me not sleeping until further notice because I will be pre-ordering the moment the link drops.
On a scale of I’m-so-excited to AKSDJFHNFJDKS, are you for ‘We Made It’? Could this be the fan favourite of Louis’ singles so far? Share your excitement in the comments below or tweet us @TheHoneyPOP and lets lose our shit together.
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