‘America’s Sweetheart’ LEWIS CAPALDI Returns With ‘FORGET ME’

Lewis Capaldi - Forget Me

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Hello, it’s me, Scottish singer-songwriter, chubby popstar and toilet humour enthusiast, Lewis Capaldi here.

 

I thought I’d save you the trouble of reading through another press release from a PR company telling you how wonderful I am, reeling off all my album sales, awards, records I’ve broken, and how you should be excited for my new single, and just do it myself.

 

I’m back. My new single is called ‘Forget Me’, and let’s just be honest here, lyrically it covers a lot of the same ground as before. I meet lady, lady leaves me, I whine about it in a pop song. Textbook.

After I was able to finally move out of my parent’s house in 2020 after the success of ‘Someone You Loved’ and ‘Before You Go’, I thought it’d be wise to ring up my pals TMS again and see if they fancied writing some more tunes after I realised I’m contractually obligated to make more music for a large corporation. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

 It’s a wee bit more upbeat than my previous numbers, mostly because after touring the world, I noticed that my lesser known slower tracks were making some of the crowds look like they were about to fall asleep out of sheer boredom. However, this new one is sad AND fast, much like my love making. Not to worry, I’ve still got plenty of depressing ballads up my sleeve. More on that another time…

Just in case you need a standard wee quote from the artist to use in any write ups about the song, here you go team – hope this does the trick:

“Forget Me’ is a song that’s so dear to my heart and I definitely feel like it’s my best tune yet. It’s about a break up I went through where after a year, the only real contact I had with my ex was seeing her ‘post-me’ life play out on her Instagram. I was at a point where I was feeling pretty miserable and she seemed like she was moving on and having the best time, thriving, and I hated it. It seemed unfair to me that she appeared happy while I was hurting, and I was fearful she might have forgotten about me completely, so I wrote a song about it.”

I won’t keep ye too much longer. All joking aside, I’m really excited to be back and get this song out there. I won’t lie though, I’m absolutely shitting it too, so it will be interesting to see how it all pans out this time. It could be the beginning of a beautiful chapter in my life, OR the very public downward spiral that, let’s face it,  I’m probably due.

I hope you like the song. I’ll leave you with a quote from my mother… 

“It’s not the best song I’ve ever heard, but I do like it.” 

High praise indeed,

LC x

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I’m also pasting below a bunch of ‘impressive’ looking stats as the powers that be think it’s imperative that you are aware of every vaguely impressive thing I’ve ever done in my life!

Over 25 Billion Global streams

1 Million headline concert tickets sold

Biggest Streamed Week 1 Debut Album Of All Time

2 x BRIT Award Winner and GRAMMY™️ Nominee

5 x consecutive top 10 UK singles including 2 x No 1 (Someone You Loved, Before You Go)

US Billboard No 1 Single (Someone You Loved)

2 x Consecutive No 1 US Radio Records (Someone You Loved, Before You Go)

More Weeks in UK Top 10 Than Any Song EVER By British Act (Someone You Loved)

Biggest Selling UK Album Of Both 2019 & 2020

Longest Running Consecutive Weeks In Top 10 UK Album Chart For Solo Artist Album, 77 Weeks (Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent)