Guy Sebastian Releases ‘High On Me’ Ahead Of ‘Conscious’ Album & Tour

Guy Sebastian has hit the airwaves again with his brand new single ‘High On Me’, out now through Sony Music Entertainment Australia.

Written with Fiona Bevan, known for her work with Ed Sheeran, and produced with Louis Schoorl and M-Phazes, ‘High On Me’ gives another tantalising taste of what’s to come from Sebastian’s forthcoming 10th studio album, ‘Conscious’, set for release on Friday October 27th, 2017. ‘Conscious’ is available to preorder today, September 8.

Guy Sebastian has spent over a decade on the road, which has challenged him to maintain a healthy work/life balance and fueled his conscious decision to spend more time at home over the last 12 months. Despite the huge task of writing and producing his 10th studio album, which in itself requires so much of his focus and energy, Guy decided that it was time to plant his feet and become grounded, even just for a moment.

Guy set himself goals. Mental, spiritual and physical goals. He pushed himself to the limit physically and mentally, forcing the realisation that he has never had a clearer outlook on life than he has right now. It has definitely been an awakening period for Guy and with that has come an invigorated positivity, which was the inspiration for the upbeat new single ‘High On Me’.

“I feel like I’ve had so many ah-ha moments this last year,” explains Guy. “One of the biggest is that every now and again everybody just needs a reason to let go, smile and dance. ‘High On Me’ came about while I was in Bali on a writing trip, surrounded by mountains and yoga enthusiasts who like me seemed high on life at the time! I really wanted to create a soulful earworm that would make young and old want to get up out of their chair and enjoy the moment.”

Stemming from a desire to release something fun and positive, with a new appreciation for the age-old philosophy that what you put out into the universe comes back to you, ‘High On Me’ is that bit of fun we all need in our day.  To celebrate the release, Guy will be coming to the UK and hitting the road with Westlife star Shane Filan throughout Sept and October. He’s excited to showcase new songs from his forthcoming album along with his greatest hits, on will be opening for Shane on all of his 23 ‘Love Always’ tour dates, kicking off in Dundee on September 20th.

“This is a brilliant opportunity to show the UK who I am and what I love doing best, and of course to present the “Conscious” album.” Says Guy. “Shane is a fantastic artist, and I am full of admiration for his career history as both a solo performer and as the lead singer of Westlife. I am absolutely thrilled to be joining him on tour.”

‘High on Me’ is out now, the new album ‘Conscious’ is out October 27th.

See Guy on The Shane Filan ‘Love Always’ Tour 2017:


Wednesday 20 – Dundee – The Caird Hall

Thursday 21 – Glasgow – SEC Armadillo

Saturday 23 – Edinburgh – Festival Theatre

Sunday 24 – Carlisle – Sand’s Centre

Monday 25 – Newcastle – Tyne Opera House

Tuesday 26 – Halifax – Victoria Theatre

Thursday 28 – York – The Barbican

Friday 29 – Buxton – Opera House

Saturday 30 – Nottingham –Royal Concert Hall


Sunday 1 – London – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

Tuesday 3 – Northampton – Royal and Derngate Theatre

Wednesday 4 – Telford – Oakengates Theatre @ the Place

Friday 6 – Liverpool – Olympia

Saturday 7 – Colchester – Charter Hall

Sunday 8 – Swindon – Wyvern Theatre

Monday 9 – Peterborough – The Cresset

Wednesday 11 – Leicester – De Montfort Hall

Thursday 12 – Margate – Winter Gardens

Friday 13 – Reading – The Hexagon

Saturday 14 – Salisbury – City Hall

Monday 16 – Birmingham – Town Hall

Tuesday 17 – Portsmouth – The Guildhall

Wednesday 18 – Cardiff – St David’s Hall

Find Guy online on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and his official website. You can follow Guy on Snapchat on guysebastianoff.

Guy Sebastian - High On Me (Official Video)



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