We've all heard the iconic song that's been blasting on the radio for the last few months, 'Healing Hands'. You know the one that goes; You're changing me with the touch of your hand, I'll never let go again? Well, the artist behind the mesmerising vocals and soulful lyrics of the hit song, Conrad Sewell, is set to perform his latest single "Big World' live at The Garden Hotel Dubbo on January 25 2020, for his "Big World Tour". The Dubbo performance will kick off the Brisbane-born music personalities biggest ever Australian tour, stopping in 21 cities. READ MORE:Fifty years of helping our community "I'm excited to be embarking on my biggest ever Australian tour, visiting so many cities I haven't played in before," Sewell said. The thirty-one-year-old, ARIA Award-winning, platinum-selling-singer is currently living amongst the big smoke of Los Angeles where he, earlier this week, released the official music video for Big World. The song is an autobiographical track written about his life, starting with his birth and ending with what he wants to be written on his gravestone. The lyrics go into depth, talking about Sewell's long birth, growing up in a strong Catholic family and losing his faith, feeling as though he was different growing up, having middle child syndrome, feeling judgement from his teachers and the struggles he has faced with drug and alcohol use. READ MORE:Kath, Di turn special folk songs into their first CD Its lyrics state; 'Cause I care what they think, And I can't catch a break, So I use, and I drink'. The video was shot in LA and features home videos of Sewell as a young child. "I guess it's the story of my life, the journey of my life," he said. "It's been the best representation of me so far." Sewell comes from a family of musicians; his grandparents toured with the Bee Gees. His sister, Grace, is a singer best known for her version of the 1963 Lesley Gore song "You Don't Own Me", which hit number one on the ARIA Charts in May 2015. Sewell started sending around his own demo's at the young age of just eight-years-old; stating that he; "knew I would win a grammy one day." Sewell garnered the coveted "Song of the Year" honour at the 2015 ARIA Awards for his breakout solo single "Start Again', which made Conrad and Grace the first Australian-born siblings in the history of the charts to hit number one as separate acts. Sewells next hit "Hold Me Up" clocked over 53 million Spotify streams and preceded his debut EP, All I Know, while his latest single 'Big World' is currently climbing the Australian charts like rapid-fire. READ MORE:Greyhound starved to death in Dubbo, investigator intimidated "The stage is where I belong. It's where I really feel at home," Sewell said. However, it hasn't always been a smooth slope to success for Sewell. Shortly after the star moved to the big smoke of Los Angeles in 2015, he quickly hit a wall, stating that he'd gotten in with the wrong people and took up bad habits including drug use and excessive drinking. The singer has referred to himself as a former "party boy with a reputation in the business for it." Sewell admitted that if he could tell his younger self any piece of advice, it would be; "to not drink and party so much and not care so much about what people think." His songs tell one-sided confronting tales from the last few years of his life. Sewell admits that the songs were five years in the making when they finally got released and delves into some of the singers darkest moments and deepest thoughts. Sewell has spoken openly about his battle with drugs and alcohol in recent times but has said it was a struggle for him to get to a point, "personally", where he felt as though he could really speak openly about it. "'It got pretty dark at some points," Sewell said. READ MORE:Water use plummets in Dubbo after introduction of level 4 restrictions "I was kind of thrown into it, [when he moved to LA to pursue his career] and all of a sudden I was with all these big people and they were telling me what I should be." Sewell said It's easy to lose yourself under those circumstances. In his songs Big World, Come Clean, and Healing Hands Sewell confesses to some of the mistakes he's made, and he holds absolutely nothing back in their lyrics. 'Come Clean' is particularly confessional and confrontational, whereas Big World and Healing Hands show Sewells true, raw and vulnerable self. The event is for eighteen-years and over. Tickets can be purchased on the 123 tix website.