Watch lewloh perform ‘summer boy’ and ‘grow together’ for NME Home Sessions

The Singaporean singer-songwriter delivers acoustic renditions of tracks from his new album ‘michigan/missinghim’

For the latest edition of NME’s Home Sessions, we’re joined by Singaporean singer-songwriter lewloh for an acoustic live performance of his new tracks ‘summer boy’ and ‘grow together’.

The two songs appear on his recently released sophomore album, ‘michigan/missinghim’, which was produced with Nashville-based producer Isaiah Beard (Baerd) and Joshua Evan Lee. The record explores the idea of second love through 13 cinematic tracks that tell the stories of romance, heartbreak, longing, and everything in between.

For his NME Home Sessions, the singer born Lewis Loh strips things back with the help of musicians Vishaal Raj Giri and Lisa Haryono as they take the ‘michigan/missinghim’ tracks outdoors. Filmed at fellow singer-songwriter Linying’s cosy garden, the performance opens with the trio on a swing as they dive into ‘summer boy’. The song, lewloh has said, is about “the finite time you had with someone, and wishing you were easy-going whilst you were in that relationship”.

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It is later followed by the second song, ‘grow together’, which features Vishaal on an acoustic guitar and Lisa providing backup vocals.

You can watch lewloh’s full NME Home Sessions performance above now.

For more NME Home Sessions, check out Samia’s riveting stripped-back performance of songs from her 2020 debut ‘The Baby’, and Pom Pom Squad’s retro set-up in Brooklyn. Last year, Singaporean rapper Yung Raja also showcased his mic skills for the cam in a neon-lit performance.

Be sure to check back soon for more NME Home Sessions from music’s most influential artists, including some big names and rising stars.

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