lewis capaldi someone you loved bbc radio 1's big weekend 2019

Watch Lewis Capaldi Deliver “Someone You Loved” Acoustic Live on BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2019

The 22-year-old Scottish singer and songwriter appeared on the annual BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2019 to perform his hit single “Someone You Loved” live.

The 2019 BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend had some big performances from artists such as Annie Mac, Mark Ronson, Purple Disco Machine, Billie Eilish, Charli XCX, Future, Sam Fender, Vampire Weekend, Anne-Marie, James Arthur, Mumford & Sons, Khalid, Mabel, Twenty One Pilots, Little Mix, Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding, Miley Cyrus, The 1975, Zara Larsson, and we have only mentioned the big names. The concert also opens up for novices in the industry as a welcoming platform.

Lewis Capaldi gained worldwide attention when his first track “Bruises” amasses over 28 million streams on Spotify in March 2017. His 2018 single “Someone You Loved” became #1 on charts in Scotland, Ireland and the UK, marking the song Platinum in sales. He recently released his debut studio album ‘Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent’ on May 17, 2019.

Watch Lewis Capaldi perform “Someone You Loved” live below.

Under a bright red light, with confetti falling on him, Lewis delivered a serenading performance of his hit single. The popularity of the song was evident by the way the audience at Stewart Park, Middlesbrough, UK sang along to the entire song.

Capaldi was only assisted with a piano for this performance, which makes it ever so easy to witness the raw vocals talents of this upcoming star.

Lewis Capaldi will be on tour starting May 20th in Denmark and travelling across the UK and the USA to Canada and back to Europe. You can find details of venues, dates and tickets on Ticketmaster.

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