Trevor Guthrie (born February 11, 1973) is the former lead singer of the now defunct pop group soulDecision and is now a solo artist. Early years: Trevor Guthrie was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. At age 3 he was playing the piano and played his first concert at four. In high school, he began playing the guitar and writing music. He can also speak French, Spanish, and Japanese. No One Does It Better: After a name change and a new record company, MCA, Indecision emerged as soulDecision. And released a number one smash hit with the pop/R&B song "Faded". The song became #1 hit in Canada and a top 25 hit in the United States. The success of that single was followed up by the smash "Ooh It's Kinda Crazy". The album No One Does It Better which was recorded in Velvet Sound Studios in Sydney, Australia; went on to sell over a million copies. Shady Satin Drug: After a four year hiatus and a label change, soulDecision released the single "Cadillac Dress". The single was a moderate radio hit. They released their second album Shady Satin Drug in November 2004. Due to the lack of support from the Canadian music industry, less than 2000 copies were printed and available for sale. Shady Satin Drug, however spawned two more singles, Hypnotize and Kiss The Walls. 2008-Present: On his Myspace page, Trevor recorded a new song titled "Strong Hands" inspired by the lack of knowledge and respect for WWII veterans from the youth of today. He lives in Vancouver. He is featured on Armin van Buuren's track "This Is What It Feels Like" and Markus Schulz's track "Until It's Gone".