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Lewis Capaldi has unveiled a special live EP ‘To Tell The Truth I Can’t Believe We Got This Far’

The six track collection features performances from across the past year
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Published: 2:05 pm, May 15, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Lewis Capaldi has unveiled a special live EP ‘To Tell The Truth I Can’t Believe We Got This Far’

Approaching nearly a year on from the release of his debut album, Lewis Capaldi has unveiled a special live EP!

Featuring performances from across the year, the EP includes live tracks taken from the studio, the rooftop of Capitol Records in LA and his live performance of ‘Someone You Loved’ at this year’s BRIT Awards amongst others

So not a shabby year then?

His debut album ‘Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent’ stormed into number one in the charts on release, and hasn’t left the Top 10 ever since. Seriously now… who hasn’t got this album yet and is still buying it now? Serious question.

Lewis Capaldi is currently set to headline London’s O2 Arena this October, but before then will be playing a special live stream show this Saturday (May 16th) in aid of CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably).

Check out the EP in full below:

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