Australian pop singer-songwriter, Dean Lewis, wearing a black jacket looks into the camera with a blue sky in the background.

Pop singer-songwriter Dean Lewis stops off in Wellington in November on a world tour.  This follows the release of his hotly anticipated third album ‘The Epilogue’. Since his emergence in 2017, Dean has gathered more than 13 billion streams worldwide. The Australian is possibly best known for his 2018 single ‘Be Alright’. The song has gone platinum 11 times in Australia and multiplatinum around the world. In between a packed live schedule, he penned music for ‘The Epilogue’ in Hollywood and Hawaii. Harnessing a renewed state of inspiration, he tapped into the spirit of his earliest material. Revisiting old muses with six years’ experience gave him a fresh perspective. 

In announcing ‘The Epilogue’, Dean said, “Reaching this level in my career is beyond anything I ever imagined. It truly feels like a dream come true. I can’t wait for my fans around the world to experience my biggest and best shows yet.” Supporting Dean is American multi-instrumentalist, producer, and songwriter Daniel Seavey. His music channels the spirit of the late nineties and early-aughts pop and rock.