Continuing his unbelievable start to 2019, Lewis Capaldi has announced his eagerly awaited debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, which is released later this month.  To mark the news, he has announced his largest ever UK Headline tour which includes a night at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.

Recorded over an eighteen month period across London, New York and L.A, and featuring co-writes with the likes of Jamie Hartman (Calvin Harris and Rag N Bone Man), Malay (Frank Ocean and Lorde) and TMS, Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent is an ironically titled, but charismatically defining album that’s lyrically candid and an accurate snapshot into the ups and downs of growing up. Consisting of recordings that capture the charm and feeling of how they were originally written, including hit UK singles Grace, Bruises and Someone You Loved, Lewis’ stunningly identifiable voice, coupled with its turbulent themes of love, loss and heartache, make it a debut record that is unequivocally relatable.

In a heartfelt statement to fans and media, Lewis explains; “I’m absolutely buzzing to finally be able to announce my debut album.  I never thought I’d get to the point where I’d be able to release a proper album and I absolutely never thought that when I did, I would give it a name as stupid I have, but here we are”.

Since debut track Bruises exploded online last year, Capaldi has been able to boast incredibly rare markers in his still fledgling career.  The young Scot, whose incredible humour sets him apart from fellow heartbreak songwriters, has already secured his first UK top three single, achieved successive Radio 1 A-List tracks, sold over 90,000 headline show tickets, enlisted the music video acting services of ex-Dr Who star Peter Capaldi, amassed over 330 million plays across streaming services and has sold out no less than three back-to-back headline tours, with demand outstripping supply at every turn.  

This all underlined with critical praise, being shortlisted for the 2019 Brits Critics’ Choice award, performing on Top Of The Pops, and making both the BBC’s Sound Of 2018 long list and BBC Radio 1’s Brit List.

2018 was a remarkable year for Lewis Capaldi, and as 2019 rolls on, things continue to get bigger and better.  Lewis has taken pairing sad songs with an incredible wit, and a rampant social media following to match, and made it his very own.  The results are hilariously beautiful.



Date Venue
Sat 20th Scarborough Open Air Theatre
Sun 21st Tramlines 2019 Sheffield
Thu 25th Lulworth Castle Lulworth Cove
Fri 26th Truck Festival London
Sun 28th Standon Calling 2019


Date Venue
Sat 3rd Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival Beaufort
Sun 11th Boardmasters Festival Newquay
Tue 13th Princess Street Gardens Edinburgh
Wed 14th Princess Street Gardens Edinburgh
Fri 16th Roundhay Park Leeds
Sat 17th Roundhay Park Leeds
Sat 24th Victorious Festival Portsmouth
Sun 25th Chantry Park Suffolk Hill
Mon 26th Chantry Park Suffolk Hill
Fri 30th Scarborough Open Air Festival


Date Venue
Sun 1st Weekender Festival 2019


Date Venue
Thu 21st Olympia Theatre Dublin
Fri 22nd Ulster Hall Belfast
Sat 23rd Academy Manchester
Mon 25th O2 Academy Birmingham
Tue 26th O2 Academy Bristol
Thu 28th O2 Guildhall Southampton
Fri 29th O2 Academy Brixton
Sat 30th UEA Norwich


Date Venue
Mon 2nd Rock City Nottingham
Tue 3rd O2Academy Sheffield
Thu 5th Usher Hall Edinburgh
Sat 7th O2 Academy Glasgow
Sun 8th O2 Academy Glasgow

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