Dean Lewis Live & Unplugged; An Intimate Livestream Performance Presented By Moment House


This Friday, April 30th, Australian singer-songwriter Dean Lewis will return to the stage for the first time in a year for Live & Unplugged, a virtual concert event presented by the premium digital live platform Moment House. Featuring his full touring band in a uniquely intimate space, the performance will be a complete re-imagination of his catalogue including his brand new single ‘Falling Up’, the 7x Platinum ‘Waves’ and 10x Platinum ‘Be Alright’, and the accredited Gold fan favourite ‘Half A Man’.

Having performed over 200 live shows across the USA, U.K, Europe, New Zealand and Australia in 2019 to support his #1 ARIA Album A Place We Knew, Live & Unplugged will be a whole new experience for Dean and his fans.

Set to stream live from his hometown of Sydney, Australia, the 45 minute set will be performed from an undisclosed location and presented globally for one night only to various regions around the world including North and South America, Asia, Australia & New Zealand, and the UK, Europe and Africa. Please see below for livestream dates and times by territory and visit Moment House’s website for ticket information.


North + South America 
April 30th, 6 PM PT / 9 PM ET

Asia, Australia & New Zealand 
April 30th, 7 PM JST / 8 PM AEST

Europe, UK & Africa 
April 30th, 6 PM BST

Out now via Island Records/UMA, ‘Falling Up’ is the first taste of his highly anticipated second album. “Those lyrics are about being online and focusing on that one negative comment in a sea of good,” Lewis explains. Emotive, impactful, relatable and impossible to forget, it’s a masterclass in what the songwriter does best: connect.

The song has received incredible support globally since it’s debut last month, having been streamed over 10 million times, hit #7 on Shazam in Australia and continues to climb TMN Hot 100 Radio Chart (TW #25). The official video which was shot in an empty Palms casino in Las Vegas last year has already surpassed one million views.