Fans of Lewis Capaldi are praising his new addition to his concerts - a dedicated safe space for those fans of his who suffer from anxiety.
He has also set up an email helpline and a gig-buddy system too.
The singer set up the intiative after he revealed that he himself struggles with panic attacks that, in the past, have forced him to leave the stage.
He has called it Livelive and already several fellow musicians have asked Capaldi if they can bring it to their shows.
Livelive will see help a desk in the foyer where music-lovers can seek assistance and the 23-year-old artist will also post meeting points on Instagram to let solo attendees to the concert know where they can meet others also on their own.
Trained mental health professionals and medical staff will also be on site to provide extra care.
Nice work Lewis!