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CALUM SCOTT PREMIERES THE “WHAT I MISS MOST” LYRIC VIDEO

Breakout U.K. artist and songwriter Calum Scott premieres the animated lyric video for his new track “What I Miss Most”- watch it HERE.  The song, from his debut album Only Human out now on Capitol Records, unfolds as a triumphant homage to his hometown of Kingston upon Hull, located in Northern England.

Made with producers like Fraser T Smith (Adele, Ellie Goulding), Jayson DeZuzio (Skylar Grey, Imagine Dragons), and Oscar Görres (Taylor Swift, Britney Spears), Only Human hit #1 on iTunes in over 20 countries. “To me, Only Human means being okay with how you feel,” says Calum. “My hope is that these songs encourage people to embrace who they are, so that there’s a little less fear in the world and a lot more love.”

Only Human has over 1 million adjusted album sales and over 1 billion combined streams. Calum has amassed more than 6 million global adjusted tracks in sales of his debut single- the poignant cover of Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own,”  and over 2 million global adjusted tracks of his new single, “You Are The Reason.” Watch Calum perform the song on Live with Kelly and Ryan and perform a special duet version with vocal powerhouse and three-time Grammy nominee Leona Lewis on Good Morning America.

Calum, was also nominated for a Brit Award for Best Single, and will showcase his soaring falsetto on a U.S. tour with Pentatonix this summer, all dates can be found HERE. 

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