Louis Tomlinson had the biggest day of his solo career so far on Friday (Jan. 31) when his debut album, Walls, arrived. But even four years and an album into his solo venture, the One Direction alum can't help but indulge in some of the boy band's music.
"I’m not going to lie, I probably have two or three moments a year, and it’ll just happen -- normally after being drunk. We’ll get back to the house and have bit of a One Direction marathon," Tomlinson told Billboard the morning of his album release. "I have to be a bit drunk, because otherwise I think it’s a bit naff. But if I’ve had a few drinks, I love reminiscing on the songs, thinking about when they were written and stuff like that."
One song in particular gets Tomlinson really pumped: "Clouds," an anthemic deep cut from the group's 2014 LP Four. "We opened the tour with it and -- I’ve got goosebumps now -- every time I hear that song, it takes me back to that stadium tour," he added with a smile.