VIDEO: See James Bay and Lewis Capaldi duet at London Palladium gig

17 June 2019, 17:03

Look back at the time Bay invited the Scottish singer-songwriter on stage for a mash up of his Let It Go hit with Capaldi's Someone You Loved.

Lewis Capaldi has been hitting the headliners this week, so we're looking back at the time, he made a special appearance at James Bay's gig last month.

The Hold Back The River singer, who released his Oh My Messy Mind EP in May, was playing the London Palladium when he invited up the Scottish singer-songwriter as a surprise guest.

Bay first launched into his 2014 Let It Go single, before Capaldi took over on singing duties. This was mashed-up with Bay's rendition of the Capaldi's Someone You Loved, which reached number one in the UK singles chart.

Watch the epic performance in our video above.

James Bay and Lewis Capaldi
James Bay and Lewis Capaldi. Picture: Getty Images: Lorne Thomson/Redferns & Andrew Benge/Redferns

Bay played tracks from throughout his career so far, including 2015's Chaos and the Calm, last year's Electric Light album and his latest EP.

Watch him play the lead single from his second album, Wild Love, in our special Radio X session below:

Bay also performed new track Bad, which is taken from his Oh My Messy Mind EP, and which he recently performed on Stephen Colbert.

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Meanwhile, Bay is set to play a set at Victorious 2019.

He'll be joined at the Portsmouth Seafront festival by the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Doves, Ocean Colour Scene and Bloc Party, who will perform their debut album Silent Alarm.

The festival's headliners are Two Door Cinema Club, Rudimental and New Order.

See the rest of their mammoth lineup here

Watch James Bay play Hold Back The River in a special Radio X session:

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