Louis Tomlinson shares new single 'Don't Let It Break Your Heart'

"Don't Let It Break Your Heart" will appear on Tomlinson's debut solo album, "Walls," which will arrive on January 31, 2020.

Ahead of the album release, the former One Direction member unveiled the empowering pop anthem, in which he offers advice to get over a heartbreak.

"It comes and it goes/We're driving down a one-way road/To something better, something better/What hurts you is gonna pass," he sings over a catchy beat produced by Steve Mac and Stuart Crichton.

"Don't Let It Break Your Heart" will appear on Tomlinson's debut solo effort, "Walls," alongside the previously shared "We Made It," "Two of Us" and "Kill My Mind."

Earlier this year, the British vocalist detailed his approach to his debut album, on which he "spent so long" to try "to fit into Top 40 radio."

"Everything I've ever known, in my career, is straight down the middle pop. My expectations and aspirations are all shaped around my experiences, as much as I try and stay realistic I couldn't help but crave a 'hit' single," he confessed on Twitter, adding that "I'm not here to compete with the likes of Drake and Ariana Grande."

On a recent sit-down with Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, Tomlinson briefly opened up about the inspiration behind "Walls."

"Without getting too deep... I think just honesty. I mean the lyrics, naturally, my style, are quite autobiographical anyway .... I'm always trying to humanize myself as much as possible and make myself relatable to fans, and I think with honesty, you can do that, you know what I mean?"

As Rolling Stone pointed out, Tomlinson is the last One Direction member to release his solo studio effort, with Zayn leading the way with "Mind of Mine" in 2016.

Harry Styles and Niall Horan dropped their respective solo albums in 2017, while Liam Payne will unveil his debut full-length, "LP1," on December 6.

Tomlinson has recently announced that he will support his "Walls" in an extensive first solo world tour, whose North American leg will kick off on June 9, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

In the meantime, discover his latest single, "Don't Let It Break Your Heart":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1BJe5rmySU