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Lewis Capaldi Live in Kuala Lumpur

Tue 14 Jan 2020
Kuala Lumpur

Doors: TBD

 

Lewis Capaldi is set to take the stage for the first time ever here in Kuala Lumpur! The tour will include dates across Asia in cities like Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong. The exclusive one-night only concert will take place at KL Live at Life Centre on January 14, 2020 at 8:30PM.

 

Tickets for Lewis Capaldi’s World Tour 2020 Live in Kuala Lumpur will go on sale on Thursday, September 5th, 2019 at 10am via www.prworldwidelive.com or www.myticket.asia ONLY. All tickets are free standing general admission. All prices and subject to ticket fee & booking charges.

 

Tickets: Lower Floor RM238 | Upper Deck RM188

*Ticket prices shown exclude ticket fee & booking charges

General On-sale: 5th September 2019, 10am

Promoter: PR Worldwide & Live Nation

*NO ADMISSION FOR INFANT AND THOSE BELOW 12 YEARS OF AGE.

 

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Growing up in Bathgate—a small town near Glasgow—Capaldi made his earliest attempts at writing songs at the age of 11, mining inspiration from his brother’s Nirvana records and classic singer/songwriters like Bob Dylan. Lewis Capaldi has the kind of voice that needs little accompaniment to create an unforgettable impact. On his full-length debut Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent, the Scottish singer/songwriter offers up a dozen songs showcasing his raw yet mesmerizing vocal presence, along with the graceful piano work and introspective song writing that recently led to his nomination for the 2019 BRIT Awards Critics’ Choice prize. Featuring the hit single “Someone You Loved”—a timelessly poignant track that spent seven weeks at No. 1 in the U.K. Someone You Loved is platinum in 14 counties, UK x3 , Ireland x7, Switzerland x3, Australia x3, Norway x2, Netherlands x2, Italy x2, US, Belgium, Canada, Sweden, New Zealand, Denmark, South Africa. The album endlessly reveals Capaldi’s rare gift for capturing love’s complexity in the most simply arranged songs and understated melodies.

About halfway through that year Capaldi came up with “Bruises,” which quickly garnered nearly 28 million plays on Spotify, making him the fastest unsigned artist ever to reach 25 million plays on the platform. After landing a deal with Capitol Records/Virgin EMI Records, he delivered the acclaimed 2017 EP Bloom, in addition to making his debut at major festivals like Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Firefly, and Splendour in the Grass. With his sophomore EP Breach arriving in November 2018, Capaldi also soon found himself named an MTV UK PUSH Ones To Watch artist for 2019, and ranked among the top 350 most- listened-to artists on Spotify.

Having recently toured with the likes of Sam Smith, Niall Horan, and Rag’n’Bone Man, Capaldi makes a point of instilling that sense of fun into his live show—an undeniably joyful experience, despite the heavy-hearted nature of so many of his songs. “As I was working on the album, one of the main things I kept thinking about was whether I’d have a good time playing these songs live,” Capaldi says. “People might come to my shows expecting it to be very serious, but really I just talk a lot of absolute nonsense and try to connect with the audience like they’re my pals. I’m not up there saying, ‘Here’s another one about a girl who broke my heart’—it’s always much more like, ‘Let’s all just have a laugh, and sing some really sad songs together.