Lewis Capaldi has given out his mobile number to fans as he promotes his new song, Pointless.
In a post on social media, Capaldi shared a picture of his phone, with a number and his name next to it.
However, those hoping to have the chance to chat with the singer would be out of luck.
When the number is called, an automated message from the 26-year-old plays.
“Hello there, it’s Lewis Capaldi here. Just want to say thank you for listening to Pointless this week,” he says.
“When you get off this call, you’ll have a text to give my new song a download or to buy the CD.
“Downloading on iTunes and Amazon really helps, as does getting one of the signed CDs.”
He adds: “So, go buy it now because my label are demanding yet another number one single.
“Let me tell you guys, I don’t know if I’ve got it in me.
“So, give me your money and I will, in return, give you my body and soul.”
The singer released his new single on Friday.
It was co-written with his friend, Ed Sheeran.