On Wednesday, the 26th of October, Australian singer-songwriter Dean Lewis played to a sold out 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin, as part of his ‘Sad Boi Winter Summer’ tour.
Support on the night came from Anson Seabra, who was joined on stage by guitarist Dan Richards (known for his guitar work with One Direction). Seabra sat behind his keyboard for the entire set, but still manage to perform a beautiful performance. Hopefully we’ll see an Irish return for Seabra soon.
Following Seabra’s six song set, came Dean Lewis.
The Sydney-based musician came onstage at 9pm, to a crowd of dedicated excited fans.
Lewis put on arguably one of the best performances I’ve seen in a long time, going from upbeat songs (such as Lost Without You with Norwegian DJ Kygo), to slower emotional songs (such as How Do I Say Goodbye). Finding someone in the crowd who didn’t feel at least a singular tear down their face during the show would be a difficult task.
He spoke about his love for Irish shows and mentioned he’ll be back here, presumably due to his new album (which is out next week). I look forward to catching him at his next gig, and I’d recommend you do the same.
‘The Hardest Love’ – the 2nd album from Dean Lewis is out November 4th