27 January 2013, 10:32
The 'Beauty And A Beat' singer is readying the release of an acoustic album of songs.
Justin Bieber has shared a powerful acoustic performance of his song 'As Long As You Love Me' this weekend ahead of releasing his new album 'Believe Acoustic'.
The 'Boyfriend' singer posted a video of the performance online to promote the release of his new acoustic record, which features reworks of songs from his 2012 album as well as two brand new tracks.
Justin is seen performing alongside a lone guitarist live in Australia in front of a crowd of competition winners, and wears a simple combination of denim vest, black jeans and a black baseball cap.
Earlier this week the song 'Yellow Raincoat' seemingly leaked online ahead of the record's release, while UK singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is widely rumoured to make a guest appearance on the album.
January has also seen Justin Bieber overtake Lady Gaga to become the most followed person on Twitter with over 33 million followers in total.
The 'All Around The World' singer's new album 'Believe Acoustic' is due to be officially released this Tuesday (29th January).
Justin Bieber brings the North American leg of his 'Believe' world tour to a close tonight (27th January) with a final show at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.
Watch Justin Bieber's live acoustic performance of 'As Long As You Love Me' below: