(Los Angeles, CA – June 9th, 2023) – Buckle up as Lost Frequencies takes us on a ride into the festival season with his new glimmering up-tempo release “The Feeling”, a mesmerizing country-infused-meets-electronic track to start off the summer.
Lost Frequencies’ newest single “The Feeling,” out via Sony Music Benelux/RCA Records, weaves through a beautiful blend of both uplifting electronics and acoustic-meets-country elements, creating an up-tempo production that’ll have boots tappin’ from coast to coast. Packed with percussive interjections, a stand-out guitar line and mesmerizing chords, Lost Frequencies’ fusion cannot be pinned down to only one genre thanks to his ability to bring in folk, shine-out-the-speakers brightness and an unshakeable, earworm of a topline. The Belgian superstar’s new emotion-filled single, “The Feeling”, is set to transport listeners to a place where the sun shines over and the good times roll, showcasing a whole other side to his sound that has temperatures heating up!
About Lost Frequencies
The multi-platinum DJ and producer Felix De Laet, more commonly known as Lost Frequencies, stands firmly at the forefront of the dance music and electronic scene after achieving meteoric success throughout his career. A regular appointee within the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs Poll marking him amongst the best in the world, he is esteemed for his music – across his sold-out live tours and globally-renowned DJ sets alike – crossing the realms of genres which attracts audiences all across the world. 2023 has already seen the artist receive his first Brit-Award nomination for “Where Are You Now”, a single which went on to achieve platinum status, scale worldwide charts and surpass over 1.5 billion combined streams. This was no anomaly, as he boasts an enumeration of chart-toppers and surpassed an eye-watering 4 billion combined streams last year. Lost Frequencies has continued to release a plethora of vibrant releases throughout 2023, releasing “The Feeling” just in time to become the anthem of the season!
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