(Los Angeles, CA – December 9th, 2022) – With a monumental 2022 that saw Lost Frequencies become the most played artist on UK radio, with further rippling success felt not only across the continent but the globe with his mega charting “Where Are You Now”, the Belgian superstar returns to close out the year with his new single “Back To You” out now via Sony Music Benelux/RCA Records.
With a melodic piano-led melody that brings dramatics to the introduction, the crisp and sharp female vocal from singer-songwriter Elley Duhé projects a worthy range, stirring emotion and drawing the listener in. Elley Duhé, known for bringing her captivating topline to tracks including Zedd’s “Happy Now” and collaborations with Meduza and Clean Bandit, adds her shining omission to this stellar release as the perfect accompaniment to Lost Frequencies’ production. As “Back To You” revolves forth with a country-style guitar twang, that delivers a subtle note of Lost Frequencies signature style and tastes whilst still sounding of-the-moment, the “It leads me back to you” topline being delivered in a timeless style.
As the release rolls onwards, a pulsating beat propels the single to new heights to bring it into indie dance territory whilst also radio-ready, as a parallel vocal from X Ambassador’s Sam Harris is introduced further into the journey. Sam Harris’s X Ambassadors are known for their pop-rock sound collaborating with the likes of Machine Gun Kelly and Bebe Rexha, bringing here a deeper antidote to Duhé’s higher-reaching and full-bodied delivery for a perfect juxtaposition, yet both performances work in tandem to weave and soar with emotion and a pitch-perfect contrast. By bringing together the talented delivery of both Duhé and Harris, the perfect trifecta when linked with Lost Frequencies assured production creates a seminal track that transcends genres.
“Back To You” is a masterclass in Lost Frequencies productions and songwriting skills, providing the ultimate sign-off to close out the year in high-class style.
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