About Lewis Capaldi (Scotish, Song Singer-writer & Musician)
Lewis Marc Capaldi is a famous Scottish singer-songwriter and musician. He was nominated for the Critics' Choice Award at the 2019 Brit Awards. Marc was a member of the Scottish indie rock band, The Holystones, which won the Mercury Prize in 2014. In the band's first album, 'We are the Ocean', Marc has described his identity as a 'satan-seducer' and his 'ambivalence towards God'.
In the course of his career, he has toured with the likes of Mumford & Sons, Laura Marling, Fleet Foxes, and The Arctic Monkeys. His song 'Drowning In The Ocean' is featured in the 2018 movie, God Is a Verb. Born in Edinburgh, Marc came to the UK in 2004 and grew up in Glasgow. The son of a teacher, his parents taught him to play the piano and he started his own band while in high school. While in school, Marston Caputhel, a.k .a. Lewis Marc, was obsessed with The X-Factor and was picked as one of three finalists on the show. When he was fifteen, Caputo's parents divorced, leaving him homeless. Due to his mother's death in 2005, the family lived in a council-run hostel.
Caputi's musical career began at 16 when he joined a band called The Monsoon Drop, who were a part of The Grimsby Social Club in London. They released an album in 2007, titled 'The Monsoons'. He moved to London to study English at Queen Margaret University, where he took part in an all-star band as part their 'Songs of Experience' competition. After his studies, however, it was decided that he would not attend university. Despite the decision, due to a desire to pursue a career in music, in 2008 he released his debut album 'I Am Not Your Dog'. By this time, Lewis was being referred to as The 'Oozing Sea'. Lewis had
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