Passenger’s ‘The Way That I Love You’ lyric video is in 7 languages to include almost everyone

The incredible and oft underrated British singer songwriter Passenger, aka Michael David Rosenberg, has just released a new  lyric video for his latest single ‘The Way That I Love You‘.

The ‘The Way That I Love You‘ lyric video comes just a couple of weeks after the release of Passenger’s official music video for the song, and days after a lovely second video release of the musician singing the track live while standing on a Parisian bridge.

And, as Passenger seems to be a person who believes including as many people as possible in your life is important, the lyric video is, of course, in seven languages — English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese and Chinese.

Passenger’s ‘The Way That I Love You‘ is from the singer’s upcoming 12th studio album, due to be released some time in 2020.

The British artist has also announced a new world tour, which will include concert dates in North America, Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.

The tour was originally scheduled to kick off at the Bearded Theory Spring Gathering festival in Derbyshire, England on May 24th. The festival has been postponed due to the coronavirus, however, until September, 2020.

The first date on his tour then is the Jelling Music Festival in Denmark on May 30th. As of now, that event is still ongoing but could change.

Listen to and watch Passenger’s ‘The Way That I Love You’ lyric video below and, of course, check out the official music video for the track  and his so simple but so beautiful live performance of the song below that.

You can keep up to date on his The Way That I Love You world tour, and any date changes that may be made, on Passenger’s website.

Related reading: Passenger’s gorgeous music video for ‘Winter Coats‘ was shot at the foot of Switzerland’s Matterhorn mountain — watch

About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered K-drama, K-pop, J-pop and music news for over a decade.