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Belladrum headliner Lewis Capaldi set to livestream first album anniversary gig this weekend


By Louise Glen

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Lewis Capaldi was a major draw at Belladrum 2019.
Lewis Capaldi was a major draw at Belladrum 2019.

He was the star of the show at last year's Belladrum, and now Lewis Capaldi plans to share a live online gig for fans.

Celebrating the first anniversary of his hit debut album Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent, the singer has announced a special live stream show.

The show is in support of CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) – a movement against suicide.

Fans will be able to buy tickets from 6pm today by clicking this link.

The first 750 fans to purchase a ticket will receive a Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent t-shirt.

The show takes place on Saturday at 8pm, exactly a year since the album’s release.

Fans made their liking for the singer-songwriter clear.
Fans made their liking for the singer-songwriter clear.

Fans will be invited into Capaldi’s parent’s house in Bathgate and treated to an acoustic performance of the album in its entirety, including hit singles, ‘Grace’, ‘Bruises’, Hold Me While You Wait’ and the number one, platinum-selling, hit single,‘Someone You Loved’ which received an award for Song of the Year at the 2020 BRIT Awards.

Capaldi took to social media to announce the gig, messaging: “Can’t believe my debut album is a year old next week! Absolutely buzzing to be performing it and raising money for the incredible CALM who are doing some amazing things for mental health in the UK and beyond.”

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