Dean Lewis (born 21 October 1987) is an Australian singer and songwriter from Sydney. He is best known for his debut single "Waves", which was certified 5x platinum in Australia in 2017, and his 2018 single "Be Alright", which reached number one in Australia and was certified platinum within four weeks of release, eventually reaching 6x platinum. Lewis released his debut studio album A Place We Knew on 22 March 2019.   2016–2017: Career beginnings and Same Kind of Different   Lewis was inspired to pursue music after watching a live Oasis DVD in 2005. Lewis says “I remember watching Liam Gallagher walk out with this hat and red jacket and watching him with Noel, they were just the coolest guys ever. I spent the next five years watching every Oasis video – Noel Gallagher basically taught me how to write songs.”   Lewis signed his recording contract with Specific Music in 2014, and a major contract with Island Records/Universal Music Australia in March 2016. Lewis released his debut single "Waves" on 30 September 2016 which peaked at number 12 on the Australian ARIA Charts. The song was featured in a number of American television shows such as "Suits", “Greys Anatomy”, “Valor”, "Riverdale" and "Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments".   Lewis released "Need You Now" in April 2017 and his debut extended play Same Kind of Different in 12 May 2017 which peaked at number 27 on the Australian ARIA Charts. Lewis received five ARIA Award nominations at the ARIA Music Awards of 2017. "Lose My Mind" and "Chemicals" were also released as singles from the EP and have been certified Platinum and Gold respectively.   2018–present: A Place We Knew   In June 2018, Lewis released "Be Alright". The single reached number one in Australia for five consecutive weeks, becoming his first chart-topper in the country, and has been certified eight times platinum in Australia. It also reached number one in Belgium, top five in New Zealand, Sweden and Ireland, top 10 in the Netherlands and Switzerland, top 20 in the United Kingdom and Scotland, top 30 in the United States and number one in the Billboard Adult pop chart. In January 2019, Lewis released "7 Minutes". Lewis released his debut studio album A Place We Knew on 22 March 2019. Lewis performed "Be Alright" and "Waves" at the 2019 AFL Grand Final.   Dean released a single in collaboration with Dutch DJ/producer Martin Garrix on 31 October 2019 called "Used to Love". Regarding the collaboration with Garrix, Dean explains that “Since my career began, collaborations never felt like something I saw myself pursuing. As a song writer, who also sings, the entire concept just felt foreign. Until I met Martin. We spent about a week together locked behind closed doors in Amsterdam working on a song, which thought might end up be sung by someone else. But as the track progressed is started to sound a lot like me, but also very Martin. It’s a real collaboration with a guy who’s now become a great friend”.
  Dean Lewis (born 21 October 1987) is an Australian singer and songwriter from Sydney. He is best known for his debut single "Waves", which was certified 5x platinum in Australia in 2017, and his 2018 single "Be Alright", which reached number one in Australia and was certified platinum within four weeks of release, eventually reaching 6x platinum. Lewis released his debut studio album A Place We Knew on 22 March 2019.   2016–2017: Career beginnings and Same Kind of Different   Lewis was inspired to pursue music after watching a live Oasis DVD in 2005. Lewis says “I remember watching Liam Gallagher walk out with this hat and red jacket and watching him with Noel, they were just the coolest guys ever. I spent the next five years watching every Oasis video – Noel Gallagher basically taught me how to write songs.”   Lewis signed his recording contract with Specific Music in 2014, and a major contract with Island Records/Universal Music Australia in March 2016. Lewis released his debut single "Waves" on 30 September 2016 which peaked at number 12 on the Australian ARIA Charts. The song was featured in a number of American television shows such as "Suits", “Greys Anatomy”, “Valor”, "Riverdale" and "Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments".   Lewis released "Need You Now" in April 2017 and his debut extended play Same Kind of Different in 12 May 2017 which peaked at number 27 on the Australian ARIA Charts. Lewis received five ARIA Award nominations at the ARIA Music Awards of 2017. "Lose My Mind" and "Chemicals" were also released as singles from the EP and have been certified Platinum and Gold respectively.   2018–present: A Place We Knew   In June 2018, Lewis released "Be Alright". The single reached number one in Australia for five consecutive weeks, becoming his first chart-topper in the country, and has been certified eight times platinum in Australia. It also reached number one in Belgium, top five in New Zealand, Sweden and Ireland, top 10 in the Netherlands and Switzerland, top 20 in the United Kingdom and Scotland, top 30 in the United States and number one in the Billboard Adult pop chart. In January 2019, Lewis released "7 Minutes". Lewis released his debut studio album A Place We Knew on 22 March 2019. Lewis performed "Be Alright" and "Waves" at the 2019 AFL Grand Final.   Dean released a single in collaboration with Dutch DJ/producer Martin Garrix on 31 October 2019 called "Used to Love". Regarding the collaboration with Garrix, Dean explains that “Since my career began, collaborations never felt like something I saw myself pursuing. As a song writer, who also sings, the entire concept just felt foreign. Until I met Martin. We spent about a week together locked behind closed doors in Amsterdam working on a song, which thought might end up be sung by someone else. But as the track progressed is started to sound a lot like me, but also very Martin. It’s a real collaboration with a guy who’s now become a great friend”.
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