Lukas Graham Sings a 'Song to Heal the World' During Billboard Live At-Home Session: Watch

Lukas Graham teamed up with Billboard on Friday (March 27) for a Billboard Live At-Home session to raise money for L.A.-based youth homelessness nonprofit My Friend's Place.

The frontman for the eponymous Danish pop band kicked off his solo set with "Love Someone," the lead single from the group's 2018 LP 3 (The Purple Album) before jumping into "You're Not the Only One (Redemption Song)." (While the fan who requested the Purple Album deep cut referred to it as "a song to heal the world," Graham called it "a song to remind everybody of the realness of the situation that we're in sometimes.")

Graham also performed the band's latest single "Scars," which is set to precede their upcoming fourth album. "We all got scars/ We all get hurt sometimes/ We all got scars/ Yours are the same as mine/ We fall apart/ We all get hurt sometimes/ We all got scars/ Yours are the same as mine," he crooned on the chorus over an instrumental track of the song.

Finally, the pop singer closed out with the band's biggest hit, "7 Years" after reminiscing about performing the smash at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.

Check out Lukas Graham's full Billboard Live At-Home set above, and donate to My Friend's Place here.


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