Lewis Capaldi Unveils ‘Grace’ Music Video
Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi has today unveiled a highly entertaining video to his uplifting new single Grace. The heartfelt pop ballad is accompanied by quite a fun music video.

The video sees Lewis engage his cutting edge wit and tongue-in-cheek personality. What at first appears to be him preparing for a music performance, quickly escalates into winning over the room with an outrageously hilarious dance routine, backed by hunky male performers. The video really showcases his carefree and fun personality, removing himself from the ‘serious’ stereotype of singer-songwriters. It serves as a perfect example of Capaldi’s willingness to take risks, allowing him to stand out from his contemporaries. Watch it below!

I loved the video and the song is awesome. His vocals are so powerful and commanding. Loving it!! Speaking about the song and video Lewis said,
‘Grace’ is a song about being with someone who makes any negative shit going on in your life feel irrelevant. There’s something class about finding someone who can do that - you don’t know what you were doing or how you felt before. That’s where the line about finding salvation in the form of your grace comes from.

For the video I wanted to do something different to what I’d usually do or what I’ve seen from other artists who are doing songs that have a similar subject matter. There are some people who are really good at doing sincere videos, and that’s cool, but it’s just not me. Despite my songs being emotional, I’m not really the serious type, so I thought it would be funny to do the most ridiculous idea imaginable!

Capaldi soon kicks off his UK & EU headline tour which will see him play fourteen dates around the country, including two nights at the 2,200 capacity Glasgow Barrowlands that both sold out in less than an hour, and a venue he watched many of his favourite artists play as a kid growing-up. In London, Lewis will return to play a sold out O2 Shepherds Bush, a significant rise from the 120 capacity Waiting Rooms that he headlined just a year ago. It charts a remarkable rise for one of the UK’s hottest artists.

Oct 30th - Bournemouth, O2 Academy
Oct 31st - Brighton, Concorde
Nov 2nd - Cambridge, Junction
Nov 3rd - Birmingham, O2 Institute
Nov 4th - Bristol, SWX
Nov 6th - Manchester, Albert Hall
Nov 7th - Leeds, O2 Academy
Nov 9th - Newcastle, University Students Union
Nov 10th - Glasgow, Barrowland (SOLD OUT)
Nov 11th - Glasgow, Barrowland (SOLD OUT)
Nov 13th - London, O2 Shepherds Bush (SOLD OUT)
Dec 6th - Belfast, Limelight
Dec 7th - Dublin, The Helix
Dec 8th - Inverness, Ironworks

Nov 17th - Italy, Milan, Dude
Nov 19th - Belgium, Brussels, L’Orangerie (SOLD OUT)
Nov 20th - Germany, Frankfurt, Gibson Club (SOLD OUT)
Nov 22nd - Germany, Berlin, Gretchen
Nov 23rd - Germany, Cologne, Bürgerhaus Stollwerck (SOLD OUT)
Nov 25th - Norway, Oslo, Parkteatret (SOLD OUT)
Nov 26th - Stockholm, Debaser Strand (SOLD OUT)
Nov 27th - Denmark, Copenhagen, Lille Vega (SOLD OUT)
Nov 29th - Luxembourg, Den Atelier
Nov 30th - Germany, Munich, Techniklum
Dec 2nd - Switzerland, Zurich, Plaza (SOLD OUT)
Dec 3rd - Netherlands, Amsterdam, Paradiso (SOLD OUT)
Dec 4th - France, Paris, Le Point Éphémère (SOLD OUT)