Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi began his musical journey at the age of nine and was performing at local venues by the time he turned 12. He first came into the limelight when his self-recorded videos caught the eye of some big names in the music industry. His debut EP Bloom, released in late 2017, furthered his popularity and earned him a spot on Vevo's 'Artists to Watch 2018' list. Well in the public eye, he spent a major chunk of 2018 supporting artists like Rag'n'Bone Man, Niall Horan, Sam Smith and Kodaline, on tour and performing at major festivals like Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Reading & Leeds Festival. His song "Someone You Loved," from his second EP Breach, helped him attain mainstream success and score a nomination for the Brit Critics' Choice Award in 2019.