Lost Frequencies Rise | We had a tough year and now we are going back
Felix De Laet, better known by his moniker Lost Frequencies, has soared to success in the international dance scene over the past half-decade. With ‘Rise‘ he wants to send a message of optimism to help us get back on our feet, a full-fledged smash hit!
Reading Time | 2.3 min
Listening Time | 8:20 min
Lost Frequencies Rise
There are songs that are love at first sight, or rather, at first listen 🎧. That happens with ‘Rise‘, an upbeat track, which bears the personal stamp of the popular Belgian DJ Lost Frequencies.
It’s impossible not to get carried away by the guitar plucking, the immense voice with Folk touches and that EDM (electronic music) mix that says:
We had a tough year and now we’re back.
The song is the preview of 3 other singles that Lost Frequencies has already prepared for 2021. He might even surprise us with an album.
Here is the Making of ‘Rise’. A video that encourages us to follow this 2021 with positive spirit and lots of energy.
What is the biggest hit of Lost Frequencies?
‘Are You With Me‘, released in 2014, is his greatest global hit. The track rapidly ascended by hitting multi-platinum status, taking the #1 spot in 18 countries and becoming the first Belgian artist to hit #1 in the UK 🥇
- You might not know that the original song is by a Country artist called Easton Corbin.
Don’t miss the best songs of 2021 🧡
‘Are You With Me‘ belongs to Lost Fequencies’ first album ‘Less is More‘ which was released in 2016, placing him at the forefront of the international dance scene.
His career continued with hits like ‘Crazy, which led him to reach in 2018 the mind-blowing figure of 2 billion streams.
In 2019 he released his second album ‘Alive and Feeling Fine‘, being the most booked artist at festivals and the DJ who did more shows (Coachella, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza, EDC Vegas…).
By 2020 Lost Frequencies released an EP called ‘Cup of Beats‘ and performed on the rooftop of the Royal Palace in Brussels by invitation of the kings – imagine how popular he is in Belgium 🤩! No wonder with songs like: Don’t leave me, Love to go,…
All this career led him to set up, in association with Armada Music, his own record label called Found Frequencies, for his music and for emerging talents.
Among the artists he hosts we can find James Blunt, with whom he sang this beautiful ‘Melody’.