Listen: Louis Tomlinson fights old feelings on new single 'Miss You'
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U.K. singer-songwriter Louis Tomlinson released his new single "Miss You" on Nov. 30. Tomlinson's pop sound gets amped-up on his latest.

"Miss You" is the third song to come from Tomlinson's upcoming debut album. He's so far previewed the record with "Back to You" featuring Bebe Rexha and Digital Farm Animals and follow-up release "Just Like You." The former One Direction singer comes through with another anthem.

Tomlinson wrote "Miss You" with frequent 1D collaborator Julian Bunetta. Electric guitar and a drumlime-like beat back Louis navigating a wild shindig with an ex still on the brain. "Should be laughing, but there's something wrong / And it hits me when the light goes on / Sh*t, maybe I miss you," he sings. Tomlinson's keeps the angst coming on this pop-rock party anthem rooted in old feelings. "Miss You" is one heck of a soaring stomper not to miss from Louis.

"Miss You" is now available on iTunes and Apple Music. No word yet on when to expect Tomlinson's debut solo album.