Louis Tomlinson unveils new video for 'Don't Let It Break Your Heart'

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

Ahead of the album release, the former One Direction member has unveiled the accompanying music video for his latest single, which was helmed by Mancunian director Charlie Lightening.

As Rolling Stone pointed out, the action-packed visual continues the narrative from Tomlinson's previous videos for "Kill My Mind" and "We Made It."

The clip follows the British vocalist as he plays soccer and enjoys a night out at a pub with his friends. Things take a darker turn when one of them, portrayed by actor Geoff Bell, makes the decision to participate in a heist.

Tomlinson is later seen driving a getaway car while his friends steal duffle bags of money, while singing words of resilience like "Don't you let it kill you/Even when it hurts like hell/Oh, whatever tears you apart/Don't let it break your heart."

Tomlinson is the last member of One Direction to release his debut solo album, with Zayn leading the way with "Mind of Mine" in 2016.

Earlier this year, the vocalist opened up about his approach to his upcoming studio effort, 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."

Next year, Tomlinson will support "Walls" in an extensive first solo tour, whose North American leg will kick off on June 9 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

In the meantime, discover the accompanying music video for "Don't Let It Break Your Heart":