Australian pop sensation Guy Sebastian released his ninth studio album, T.R.U.T.H., on all digital platforms worldwide via Sony Music.
The hitmaker behind the chart-topper “Angels Brought Me Here,” which dominated the music charts in the Philippines and across the globe in the 2000s, is the first to admit that his latest album delivers a deeper, more profound take on personal and communal experiences and struggles in life, love and everything in between.
The album has so far spawned multiple singles before it dropped officially last week, including “Before I Go,” which opened up several overseas market for the Aussie solo act and peaked at No. 1 on Netherlands iTunes charts, and “Choir,” which went on to become Sebastian’s biggest radio single in Australia to date.
The latter, a multi-ARIA-Award-winning, 3x Platinum-certified single, is Sebastian’s crowning achievement: a deeply personal tribute that won Song of The Year at the 2019 ARIA Awards.
Sebastian then scored another Top 10 ARIA hit with “Standing With You,” the Gold-certified, latest and fourth single from the album released in June of this year. On this timely song – the spiritual salve we all need right now – Guy reflects, “It’s probably one of the most poignant songs I’ve ever released.”
T.R.U.T.H is peppered with upbeat songs of romantic devotion, an ode to the friend-zoned plus a sexy nod to Sebastian’s R&B influences and the new single, “Love On Display.”
A soulful, fun pop song, “Love on Display” encourages everyone to express the joys around love, bringing everyone to an uplifting sense of hope.
Guy has sold almost four million albums to date and is the only Australian artist in ARIA chart history to boast six no.1 singles – the most by any Australian male artists in ARIA history and two no.1 albums.