Damien Rice is the quintessential crooner, and last night's performance on 'Late Show With David Letterman' made us believe that statement even more.

Give this man a guitar and a mic and he'll have you wanting to wrap your arms around the person next to you in no time. Performing 'I Don't Want to Change You' from his new LP, 'My Favourite Faded Fantasy,' you can feel the emotions emitting from him and hitting practically everyone in the audience (including the viewers at home) -- yes, that means you, too. And with the string symphony behind him, the ambience couldn't be more perfect. Check it out in the video above.

If you enjoyed this clip as much as we did, then you should check him out live next year. He'll be touring the U.S. starting on March 31 in Atlanta. Check out the full schedule below.

Damien Rice 2015 Tour
Mar. 31: The Tabernacle -- Atlanta
Apr. 1: Ryman Auditorium -- Nashville
Apr. 3: Lincoln Theatre -- Washington, D.C.
Apr. 4: Beacon Theatre -- New York City
Apr. 7: Orpheum Theatre -- Boston
Apr. 8: Academy of Music -- Philadelphia
Apr. 11: Massey Hall -- Toronto
Apr. 13: Murat Theatre at Old National Centre -- Indianapolis, Ind.
Apr. 14: Auditorium Theatre -- Chicago
Apr. 15: Northrop Auditorium -- Minneapolis, Minn.
Apr. 17: Boulder Theater -- Boulder, Colo.
Apr. 20: Keller Auditorium -- Portland Ore.
Apr. 21: Marion Oliver McCaw Hall -- Seattle
Apr. 23: Fox Theater -- Oakland, Calif.
Apr. 24: Greek Theater -- Los Angeles

Watch Damien Rice Talk About inspiration for 'My Favourite Faded Fantasy'