Chris Sebastian

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About Chris

As winner of The Voice Season 9 in 2020, singer songwriter Chris Sebastian captured the attention and the hearts of Australians nationwide, charming all and sundry with his incredible talent and gracious, likeable nature. 

Now he returns with his first new music of 2021 – ‘Hard To Get To Love’, written and produced by esteemed Melbourne based team, M-Squared.

Chris explains the premise of the song saying, “Basically it’s just about having many many failed attempts at finding ‘true’ love. Feeling burnt out by bad experiences and failures in the past and feeling like no matter what you do, the right person, the right relationship is always just out of reach. Asking yourself, why is it so hard? Why do I always miss it?”

“We’ve been waiting for a chance to work with Chris for so long, his voice has always blown us away. This song was really special to us, but it never really had the right home. As soon as Chris sang the first word of the first take, we knew we’d found it. He’s a storyteller and a beautiful singer. We’re honoured to be part of his story,” M-Squared said today.

Chris found his voice and love for music at a very young age. This passion has never left him, and he has honed his songwriting craft alongside the industry’s best, writing for major artists and labels, and developing his own unique style.  Chris receives an overwhelming response everywhere he performs – both across Australia and around the world. He has toured as support to some of the world’s best, packed out his own headline shows, and has an ongoing touring relationship with Aussie electronic music duo, Peking Duk.

Late last year Chris toured his stripped back, acoustic style show across NSW and the ACT. Fans continue to be drawn to both his stunning vocals and his trademark honest connection with his audience.

An electric performance, striking vocal technique, and a passion for his audience – Chris Sebastian delivers all this, and so much more.

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