Louis Tomlinson‘s album launch week took an surprising flip.
The previous One Course member, who launched his sophomore studio set, Religion within the Future, on Friday (Nov. 11), has been compelled to postpone some promotional appearances after breaking his arm after a live performance at New York Metropolis’s Irving Plaza.
He was scheduled to carry a number of in-store signings for the album within the U.Okay. within the coming week. In accordance with an replace from Tomlinson on Saturday (Nov. 12), these signings shall be rescheduled.
“Thanks everybody that’s listened to the brand new album to this point, it means the world to me. The present final night time in New York was unimaginable. Sadly on the best way again I managed to fall and break my proper arm fairly badly,” Tomlinson informed followers on social media, the place he uploaded X-ray photographs of the damaged bone.
“So I’m gutted to say I’ll must reschedule the in-store signings subsequent week,” he wrote. “New dates shall be introduced very quickly. Thanks for all of your help and sorry to anybody who was coming subsequent week.”
Tomlinson’s Religion within the Future arrives practically three years after his debut solo outing Partitions, which bowed at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 upon its January 2020 launch.
See Tomlinson’s X-rays beneath.