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Lost Frequencies Releases His ‘Less Is More’ Album

Lost Frequencies, the high flying Belgian talent, has released his debut album 'Less Is More' to a great applause.

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Lost Frequencies has been releasing some of the best Deep House, commercial tinged tracks for the last few years now. Each track which he has released continues to build up a reputation for an artist of such a young age. And now his debut album has been released, with ‘Less Is More‘ already becoming a platinum album in Belgium before it’s release date.

Before the album was released, we were treated to a number of singles from the ‘Less Is More’ album. The first of these, which became a worldwide hit and gathering an astonishing amount of remixes was ‘Are You With Me‘. This was the pinnacle point for Lost Frequencies as his reputation and success really grew from here. After this we had singles such as ‘Reality’, ‘Beautiful Life’ and finally, ‘What Is Love 2016’, a remake of the classic track. Each of these held the Deep House sound that Lost Frequencies has been renowned for.

But with the release of the album ‘Less Is More’, we have now been treated to a number of different tracks, many of which incorporate the renowned sound of Lost Frequencies, but also adding a different twist to these. One of the first is the brilliant track ‘Sky Is The Limit’, which features the vocals of Jake Reese, and it’s vocal led, though holding those guitar chords to the core of the track. ‘Send Her My Love’ is another of the tracks which is stand out, with the manipulated vocals becoming key to the track, though there is a Future Bass tinge to this one. And ‘Selfish Love’ follows on with this style, with the Future Bass sound coming through once more.

Different styles and sounds also come through with tracks such as ‘Funky’n Brussels’, ‘Footsteps In The Night’ and ‘St. Peter’. Either or, this is a rather cool piece of work from Lost Frequencies, it sets the tone for what we can expect in the future, not just to expect the same sounds, but something different. ‘Less Is More’ is well worth a listen.

You can check out ‘Less Is More’ here via Spotify.

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Less Is More.

Lost Frequencies has been releasing some of the best Deep House, commercial tinged tracks for the last few years now. Each track which he has released continues to build up a reputation for an artist of such a young age. And now his debut album has been released, with ‘Less Is More’ already becoming a platinum album in Belgium before it’s release date.

Before the album was released, we were treated to a number of singles from the ‘Less Is More’ album. The first of these, which became a worldwide hit and gathering an astonishing amount of remixes was ‘Are You With Me’. This was the pinnacle point for Lost Frequencies as his reputation and success really grew from here. After this we had singles such as ‘Reality’, ‘Beautiful Life’ and finally, ‘What Is Love 2016’, a remake of the classic track. Each of these held the Deep House sound that Lost Frequencies has been renowned for.

Less Is More.

But with the release of the album ‘Less Is More’, we have now been treated to a number of different tracks, many of which incorporate the renowned sound of Lost Frequencies, but also adding a different twist to these. One of the first is the brilliant track ‘Sky Is The Limit’, which features the vocals of Jake Reese, and it’s vocal led, though holding those guitar chords to the core of the track. ‘Send Her My Love’ is another of the tracks which is stand out, with the manipulated vocals becoming key to the track, though there is a Future Bass tinge to this one. And ‘Selfish Love’ follows on with this style, with the Future Bass sound coming through once more.

Different styles and sounds also come through with tracks such as ‘Funky’n Brussels’, ‘Footsteps In The Night’ and ‘St. Peter’. Either or, this is a rather cool piece of work from Lost Frequencies, it sets the tone for what we can expect in the future, not just to expect the same sounds, but something different. ‘Less Is More’ is well worth a listen.

You can check out ‘Less Is More’ here via Spotify.

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