Lewis Capaldi keeps it low-key

Crowned Britain’s top-selling artist last year, Lewis Capaldi played his first concert in Singapore last Saturday.
Crowned Britain’s top-selling artist last year, Lewis Capaldi played his first concert in Singapore last Saturday. ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG

Someone You Loved singer says his family and friends help him to stay humble

Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi might have been crowned Britain's top-selling artist last year and his hit song, Someone You Loved, is up for Song of the Year at the upcoming Grammys, but he prefers to keep a low profile when he is home.

He still lives with his parents, spends his days off playing games on the PlayStation while waiting for his friends to get off work and is not spared from domestic chores.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 13, 2020, with the headline 'Lewis Capaldi keeps it low-key'. Print Edition | Subscribe