Lewis Capaldi kicked off his sold-out tour of North America and Canada in Nashville on Thursday.
The singer, 26, posed in an unbuttoned cowboy shirt and hat as he got into the state spirit for snaps he uploaded to his Instagram.
He wrote, “This wagonmaster sure is happy to be back in Nashville to kick off his sold-out tour of North America and Canada! Yeehaw motherfuckers x.”
Other footage showed him playing his guitar and posing outside his dressing room prior to the performance.
With his usual light-hearted and sassy energy, he smouldered as he posed in the mirror for one more photo while wearing his cowboy ensemble.
Finished! Lewis Capaldi kicked off his sold-out tour of North America and Canada in Nashville on Thursday
Fun: The singer, 26, posed in an unbuttoned cowboy shirt and hat and with his guitar as he got into the state spirit for snaps uploaded to his Instagram
He paired the gray shirt with dark pants and classic brown cowboy boots to get his best angles for the snaps.
It comes after earlier this week Lewis teased his new single at 35,000 feet on Tuesday when he surprised customers on a British Airways flight.
After takeoff, the Scottish star hilariously made his way around the plane carrying a trolley of drinks and handing out refreshments.
Those on board the flight from London Heathrow to Los Angeles, including four superfans who were personally invited on the flight, were shocked when Lewis arrived with his guitar.
The hitmaker then serenaded customers with a chorus and verse from his unreleased song Wish You The Best, which is off his upcoming new album Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent.
The text stated “it looks like Glasgow is moving further from LA”, as the flight traveled across the Atlantic.
Lewis shared a clip of the special moment on Instagram and was heard saying: ‘I’m on a flight from London Heathrow to LAX and I’m going to sing some songs for the passengers’
He then handed a beer to one of his fans as he said, “I feel like I’m not doing anything, I’m just standing here looking pretty.”
Here we go! He wrote, “This wagonmaster sure is happy to be back in Nashville to kick off his sold-out tour of North America and Canada! Yeehaw motherfuckers x’
Laughing: Other footage showed him playing his guitar and posing outside his dressing room prior to the performance
He added: ‘I’m going to sing a song now, my apologies because someone is sleeping’
After singing his tune, he jokingly said to the passengers, “Sorry to disturb your flight, if you don’t know my name is Ed Sheeran”
Lewis is currently embarking on his largest-ever sold-out headline tour of North America.
Having recently sold out his 2023 UK arena tour in seconds, in August he will headline Reading & Leeds Festival, perform at Glastonbury Festival and play his biggest headline summer shows to date to over 30,000 fans per night in Manchester , Edinburgh. & Belfast.
Lewis will release a raw and honest full-length music documentary, How I’m Feeling Now, on Netflix on April 5.
It sees him talk candidly about his mental health issues, Tourette’s diagnosis and life in the spotlight.
In the trailer, the singer squirmed when his mom remembered picking him up from a one-night stand after he had a panic attack.
“That’s not a story that needs to be told,” he said as his mother, laughing, told the camera about the awkward incident.
She said, “Having to be picked up by your mom from your one-night stand because you’re having a panic attack.”
Only for Lewis to sarcastically reply, “So glad you brought that up.”
Directed by BAFTA winner Joe Pearlman, this accessible documentary follows Lewis Capaldi at a pivotal moment in his career after achieving worldwide success with his debut album.
And the trailer shows him struggling with the pressures of his fame as the world waits for new music.
It will also touch on his Gilles de la Tourette after the megastar bravely revealed his diagnosis to the world last year.
Discussing the movie on Instagram, he wrote, “The movie is called ‘How I’m Feeling Now’ and it’s named after a song I wrote that will be released at midnight on March 17th.”
“It’s the last song I wrote for my upcoming album and it’s a tune that’s all about something I’ve never really written about in my music, which is my mental health.”
It comes after Lewis revealed he battles vertigo and admitted he thought he died “for a few days” while suffering the disturbing symptom.
Lewis revealed his latest health concerns during a visit to the Everyman Cinema in Glasgow on Thursday, as part of a special screening of his upcoming Netflix documentary.
He told fans, “I live and live. I haven’t been that good. I am afraid of heights. So I turn but I smile. I’m not dying, so it’s okay. I thought I was out for a few days, but luckily I’m here.’
Vertigo is a symptom rather than a condition itself. It is the feeling that you, or the environment around you, is moving or spinning.
Speaking to Alison and Dermot, he sang, “I’ve got Vertigo now, so I’m kind of – turn around, get out of the way.”
He explained, “Most of the time I don’t have it – it’s because I had bronchitis. I’m just telling you my ailments now.
“I have Vertigo and we are on the other side of it now and I expect diarrhea for the next few weeks. I don’t normally have it, but sometimes I just feel a little dizzy.’
In September, Lewis revealed he has Tourette’s Syndrome and explained that he wanted to go public because he “didn’t want people to think he was on cocaine.”
The singer said the diagnosis was recent and explained that he is “always” learning new methods of coping.
Larking about: With his usual light-hearted and sassy energy, he smoldered as he posed in the mirror for another photo while wearing his cowboy ensemble
Thumbs up: He paired the gray shirt with dark pants and classic brown cowboy boots to get his best angles for the snaps
Shocked: It comes after Lewis teased his new single at 35,000 feet on Tuesday when he surprised customers on a British Airways flight
Candid: Lewis recently spoke candidly about his ongoing mental health struggles in his new Netflix documentary How I’m Feeling Now
Tourette’s syndrome is a neurological disorder characterized by a combination of involuntary sounds and movements called tics.
The Hold Me While You Wait hitmaker revealed that he is being treated with Botox injections to freeze his muscles to try and control the tics.
Discussing the diagnosis, Lewis said it filled him with relief, saying, “I’m a hypochondriac so I immediately think of death, it’s more than worry, I have an all-consuming sense of doom.”
“So when I was diagnosed with Gilles de la Tourette I thought thank God for that, at least it’s not life threatening and all is well to go.