LEWIS Capaldi has praised a Glasgow-based mental health charity for its "incredible" work.

The singer and songwriter gave an emotional shout out to Men Matter Scotland.

Volunteer Tony Crawford filmed the short clip after meeting the star in Jinty McGuinty's in Glasgow's West End.

Lewis said: "All right everybody. It's Lewis Capaldi here. I want to give a massive shout out to Men Matter Scotland for all the incredible work they're doing with men's mental health.

"If anybody out there is struggling just know that there's always help out there and things get better honestly, take it from me."

The Drumchapel-based charity has saved so many lives, and the dedicated volunteers are determined to continue to do so, by aiming to reduce suicide in men.

After launching its hub in February 2020, just weeks before the Covid-19 pandemic, membership has been increasing ever since. 

To read more about the charity, click here.