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Phil Beastall, from Tewkesbury, directed this emotional music video to Lewis Capaldi's top 10 track. Phil shot to fame last year, after his Christmas short film 'Love is a Gift' brought millions of viewers across the globe to tears. The year-old has had incredible success in recent weeks, partnering with ITV and Good Morning Britain to write and direct a short film for their '1 Million Minutes' loneliness prevention campaign. The song is Capaldi's highest charting single in the UK, reaching number 1 in the singles charts. The music video shows the 'Doctor Who' and 'Thick of It' star Peter Capaldi visiting a family who has been 'saved' by his wife after she donated her heart. Peter Capaldi is shown listening to his music throughout the video as she spends time alone. In the final scenes of the music video, Peter listens to beating heart of his wife in the body of another. The Live Life Give Life campaign, which is featured at the end of the video, allows recipients of donor organs to say thank you despite not being able to thank their donors in person. Fans commenting on the music video shared their views, with many praising the 'emotional' direction. It seems Phil Beastall has a knack for telling stories that resonate with viewers, as his previous work sent audiences all over the world into floods of tears, with many sharing their experiences after watching.
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The Scots singer, 22, unveiled the new music video as it was premiered on YouTube for the first time tonight. The hit song already featured a tearjerker of a video starring relative and Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi. It sees Lewis star in the video himself as he plays a heartbroken man in the immediate aftermath of a break-up with his girlfriend — while pals try to stop him from chasing after her.
It was released as a download on 8 November through Vertigo Records and Universal Music as the third single from his second extended play, Breach , and was later included on his debut album, Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent It was serviced to radio stations on 16 April as the first US single. The song became Capaldi's first number one single and spent seven consecutive weeks atop of the chart. It also peaked at number one on the Irish Singles Chart in March It was nominated for Song of the Year at the 62nd Grammy Awards. In an interview with NME , Capaldi revealed that it took him six months to write the song. He said, "A lot of people say that 'the best songs fall into your lap' and that they're the easiest ones to write and take the shortest amount of time: I wholeheartedly disagree with that. I think my best songs come from me sitting at a piano, bashing my head against a brick wall for hours and hours on end to get one good melody. The first music video was released on 8 February , starring actor Peter Capaldi , who is Lewis Capaldi's second cousin once removed. It was directed by filmmaker Phil Beastall.