Lewis Capaldi debuted a new song during his second concert at The O2 in London.
The 25-year-old played Forget Me after telling fans: “I said at the beginning of the show that I haven’t released new music in a long time, three years in fact, but fortunately on September 9th. , that has changed. .
“Next week, I’m releasing the first single from this next album. It’s called Forget Me, so that’s good news. Also, I’m going to play that song for everyone here tonight.
“The first time I showed my song to 20,000 people. I was very nervous. No one else here tonight has heard this song except for you.”
It comes three years after the release of Capaldi’s debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, which spent 10 weeks at the top of the UK charts.
Last year, the Scottish artist postponed all of his live shows to focus on filming the sequel.
He started his O2 concert with Grace And Forever, then joked to the crowd: “This woman keeps waving her crutches in the air, you’ll have your benefits revoked.
“There will be some government here. I’m just looking for you.”
In the track Bruises, Capaldi was seen playing the piano from a floating stage and he said, “I never thought I’d be afraid of heights, it’s so intense isn’t it? The whole thing is facades, me I don’t even play the piano.
“It’s showbiz, we’re all liars.”
He also performed Don’t Get Me Wrong, One, Hollywood, Hold Me While You Wait, Maybe and Fade – creating a massive single from 20,000 fans, before he ended up with Someone You loved.
He said: “Thank you very much, I am at The O2.
“It really means the world to me, as I told the crowd last night, these two nights are truly two of the happiest days of my life. Thank you.”