Midway through his Future Is Bright World Tour, singer-songwriter Dean Lewis releases his brand new single ‘Trust Me Mate,’ out now. LISTEN HERE

The track comes as Dean celebrates hitting 10 billion streams across DSPs and looks ahead to his much anticipated third studio album, scheduled for release in 2024.

Co-written and co-produced by long-term collaborator John Hume, who worked with Dean on hits including ‘Be Alright’, ‘How Do I Say Goodbye’ and ‘Hurtless,’ ‘Trust Me Mate’ addresses the importance of being there for someone you love in their darkest times. Building from soft gentle piano, Dean’s emotive vocals burst into an uplifting chorus that conveys a message of love, concern, and hope in the face of difficult circumstances.

Speaking on the powerful new single, Dean says: “Trust Me Mate is a song about going through a really hard time in my life where I felt really lost and was forgetting who I was.

I was lucky enough to have really good friends and family around me who were there for me and picked me up during those really difficult moments. For anyone else listening, it’s a song about feeling lost but having good people around you who support you and are able to pick you up and bring you out of any struggle you’re facing. Whether you’re helping someone you care about, or they’re the ones helping you.”

Over the last 7 years award-winning Australian singer-songwriter Dean Lewis has built a hugely loyal fanbase across the globe, garnering over 17M monthly listeners on Spotify and selling an impressive 4.9M+ albums and EPs sold. He was welcomed into the Spotify Billions club for ‘Be Alright’, which reached multi-platinum status around the world. Most recent release, ‘In A Perfect World’, was duetted with 4 x Grammy Award-Nominated artist Julia Michaels and continues to be a favourite. Now with almost 2M YouTube followers and 3.1M TikTok followers, Dean’s fanbase continues to thrive. Having just finished off the Chinese leg of his Future is Bright World Tour, he now heads to the USA for 29 dates across September and October.

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