Wish You The Best, Lewis Capaldi’s brand-new song about heartbreak, has been released.

The heartfelt song, which the pop diva finished at home in Glasgow after co-writing it with JP Saxe and Malay in Los Angeles, tells the story of an ex who has moved on and is bragging to you about their “amazing” new life without you.

Wish You the Best was inspired by the thought of a person you used to be with telling you all this fantastic stuff about their life, without you in it, the ‘Someone You Loved’ hitmaker stated in a statement.

The song is about the things we don’t speak to those people. Whether in a friendship or a romance, the things that were left unsaid captivated me.

The 26-year-old singer/songwriter created a music video for the song that is just as heartbreaking.

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It “follows an elderly mailman named John and his devoted canine partner, Willow, who has a scruffy and endearing face. Infusing each scene with the kind of unadorned emotional honesty that leaves a lasting impact on the heart, the video’s cycle-of-life story throws a warm light on the catastrophic anguish of loss and the redeeming power of love as it plays out.

The song follows “Forget Me,” “Pointless,” and “How I’m Feeling Now” as the third single off his much awaited second solo album, “Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent.”

His record-breaking debut album’s follow-up, ‘Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent’ from 2019, is scheduled to be released on May 19.

Lewis previously acknowledged he is “terrified” about the reception his second album will receive because he wants fans to enjoy it, though he insisted he isn’t feeling the pressure for it to be as popular as its predecessor. Lewis, who opened up about his Tourette’s syndrome diagnosis in his raw Netflix documentary “Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now,” previously admitted he is “terrified” about it.

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Oh, I’m afraid,” he admitted to The Big Issue magazine. I don’t necessarily feel the need to equal it because, barring Ed Sheeran, That only happens once in a lifetime.

“It beggars belief, therefore I can’t fathom having another song that large. I therefore make an effort to not consider that.

“However, I do feel under pressure to at least make songs that concertgoers who purchase tickets would find enjoyable.

“I enjoy the music I’m producing, and I don’t believe I’ve deviated significantly from the course on this new album.

However, it’s undoubtedly nerve-racking. The more things succeed, the more self-conscious I get about my skills. It’s a very odd situation to be in. Absolutely s* my jocks, that’s how I feel.


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