Lewis Capaldi could be set for a major comeback as fans spot key sign

Fans believe Lewis Capaldi could be making a comeback
Fans believe Lewis Capaldi could be making a comeback -Credit:Francesco Prandoni/Getty Images

Lewis Capaldi could be set to make a return to music after announcing he was stepping back from music last year.

The 27-year-old star had taken to social media to tell fans of the difficult decision as he struggled with Tourette's. The Forget Me singer has also candidly opened up previously on his struggles with anxiety.

The Glaswegians Netflix documentary How I'm Feeling Now moved fans to tears as the show gave a behind the scenes look at what life has been like since he became famous. However, the increased pressure led Capaldi to decide to take a break.

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The Record now reports that the star could be ready for a huge come back after he was spotted in the background of pictures posted by American hit singer Noah Kahan, where he stood in the studio with headphones on singing into a mic. Noah captioned the Instagram post: "There ain’t nothing to report, but I hope you’re bored and heading north." Fans soon rushed to the comments, as they shared their hopes the star will be returning.

Lewis spotted  in a studio booth
Lewis spotted in a studio booth -Credit:Instagram

One person said: "'Nothing to report' that is literally Lewis Capaldi in a studio w you sir," as another wrote: "Why is no one talking about the photo of him and Lewis Capaldi in the studio together?????"

A third chimed: "Couldn’t help but notice there was in fact something to report." The social media post further teased fans with a snippet of a song.

Elsewhere, earlier this year Lewis delighted fans by breaking his silence for the first time in six months. He announced the release of the extended edition of his second album, Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent.

Announcing his extended album dropping over the New Year in a surprise announcement, Lewis said: “I was absolutely terrified of disappointing you all, afraid of not living up to expectations and, in all honesty, scared that the whole thing would be a complete flop.

“But thanks to all of you, it wasn’t. It’s mind-blowing to see the songs on this album still resonating with so many of you despite the fact I’ve not been out there promoting it or touring, it means the world to me."

In December last year, Lewis gave fans a health update as he wrote on Twitter : "Firstly, I want to start this by saying I hope you’re all doing well out there, I’ve missed you! As most of you will know, I’m currently taking some time off to focus on my health and wellbeing and it’s been going great! I’ve been working with some incredible professionals to help me learn about and cope better with my Tourette’s and anxiety issues."

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He added: "I’m really happy to say I’ve noticed a marked improvement in both since I decided to take some time off back in June." And when talking about Lewis' health back in November, Roman Kemp praised the star for taking a step back. He said: "I implore artists to do it and I implore labels to allow artists to do it, to not put that much pressure on them and that is why Lewis Capaldi is a game changer. He is one of those artists that stood up and said that."

He continued: "To be able to say you know what I’m not going to walk out in front of thousands of people, I’m not gonna walk out to adoring fans and people to sing my name every night.I’m gonna go back and I’m gonna look after myself, that my friends is a real f*****g rockstar. That’s Lewis Capaldi."

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