Louis Tomlinson has officially dropped the music video for his new mid-tempo ballad "Walls."
Directed by Charlie Lightening, the clip finds the former One Direction member opening a mysterious door in a desert, sitting on a chair attached high on a wall, standing among a room full of ballroom dancers, surrounded by creepy masked individuals, and more.
Another highlight is a scene featuring four mysterious silhouettes of men standing in front of a bright lights. While their faces can't be made out clearly, the image seems to be a reference to Tomlinson's former ID bandmates Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, and Niall Horan.
"Walls" serves as the title track for Tomlinson's forthcoming debut solo album, which will also feature previously-released singles "Two of Us," "Kill My Mind," "We Made It" and "Don't Let It Break Your Heart."
The long-gestating LP is slated for release on Jan. 31 Syco Music/Arista Records.