Performing tracks from his debut album ‘Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent’ alongside his band made up of close pals Andy Black, Aiden Halliday, Aidan Beattie and Freddy Sheed Capaldi took you on an emotional journey from start to end with a mixture of slower heartbreak ballads such as ‘Forever’ and ‘Headspace’ to his more upbeat tracks like ‘Maybe’ and ‘Hollywood’. It’s really quite a special sight to behold. Despite him being a young, male artist the crowd was not just young girls, it was a real mixture of groups of friends both male and female, couples, families, even gig-goers on their who didn’t want to miss out on the chance to see the Scottish singer/songwriter live. © All photos taken by Niamh Louise for IndieCentralMusic. The music
Lewis Capaldi graced the stage (no pun intended) with his track ‘Grace’ starting his set with one of his more upbeat tunes after stepping out to one of his usual comedic entrances. The crowd
The 3,500 capacity O2 Apollo Manchester was the perfect venue for this type of show. One thing for sure was that right from the start until the very end of his 75 minute set, Lewis Capaldi has every person in that room in the palm of his hand.