Name: Benji Lewis
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Style: Indie-Pop, Indie-Pop, Chill
Influences: Alexander 23, Jeremy Zucker, Shallou 

Benji Lewis is an Australian singer/songwriter who makes chilled indie/alt-pop music that can be likened to a mix between Alexander 23, Jeremy Zucker and Shallou .

In 2017, Benji released his breakthrough single ‘Drift’ (co-written & produced by Golden Vessel) which has since collected over 27 million streams on Spotify alone. That song set the scene for Benji’s seven-track sophomore ep “Home For Now” which solidified Benji’s position within the global music scene and opened him up to more opportunities than he could have imagined.

“I remember being so excited to finally release that ep because I was so proud of what I had created. I still am today. It was all so personal but it made me so happy to see and hear that other people began to really connect with what I was feeling and the music I was creating.” – Benji Lewis

Over the last few years Benji Lewis has released three more eps – Together Apart (2018) // Here, Then And Now (2020) // Floating (2022) – which all received much praise and attention from music industry curators and fans all over the world. 

Benji is currently working on his next round of releases which includes a collection of collaborative projects with a variety of artists as he continues to explore his own sound & style while also expanding his own creative network and dedicated fan-base.

The first of those collaborative projects was a song called ‘Ingrained In Wood’ by US newcomers Meridian which was released via TH3RD BRAIN. Up next was a stunning song called ‘Tell Me’ by French producer Lonely In The Rain, which was released in October via Electro Posé. 

Then came ‘is that okay?’ by Canadian producer Tails which was released via San Holo’s imprint bitbird, and then Benji Lewis wrapped things up for the year with another beautiful treat called ‘Here With Me’ by Los Angeles brothers, The Lagoons. 

He’s since released two more collaborative releases – ‘Beside Me’ with French artist Lost In Pacific and ‘Sunny Day’ with French producer Niicap – and there’s a whole lot more where that’s come from as well. 



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