Louis Tomlinson Sings To His Late Mother & Sister In 'Two Of Us' Video
By Lindsey Smith
May 16, 2019
Louis Tomlinson fans brace yourselves! The former One Direction member has released an incredible, and heart-wrenching, black and white video for his single "Two of Us." The new music video, which premiered on Thursday (May 16), features Tomlinson on the piano (YES! The piano!) and guitar and it's three minutes and 38 seconds of absolute glory. Trust us, you're going to want tissues for this one.
The pop star teased the release of the second music video for "Two of Us" yesterday (May 15) with a short clip on Twitter. Previously, Tomlinson completely pulled on our heartstrings after he released a video for the single where he helped an elderly man check off items on his bucket list.
As many fans know, the singer lost his mother in 2016 and his younger sister, Félicité, tragically passed away this past March, shortly after the release of the new single. Since then, the 27-year-old has revealed that he's trying to live more in the moment rather than chase the standard definition of success. He's also hoping his music can help others who are grieving the loss of a loved one. "I'm here to make music I love and make my fans proud," he wrote in the same note to fans — trust us Tommo, you definitely have!
"I'm not at the stage in my grief where I'm going to open the first verse and burst into tears," Tomlinson told Radio 1 Newsbeat at the time of the song's release in March. "It was something I needed to get off my chest. I used to lean on my mum for a lot of things — anytime I needed advice on something she would be the first call I made."
Watch the beautiful video above!
Photo: YouTube/Louis Tomlinson