After 3 #1 hits in Belgium, a 2015 Ultratop Streaming Award, 2 times #1 European Airplay and the first Belgian ever to reach the #1 spot in the UK, things are moving pretty fast for the Belgian artist Lost Frequencies, that’s for sure.
After a sold-out concert at the AB, Lost Frequencies had a packed schedule this summer, with national and international tours: Tomorrowland Belgium, Rock Werchter, Lokerse Feesten and Brussels Summer Festival. Internationally, he showed up at Coachella (USA), Tomorrowland Brazil and at Lollapalooza Berlin and Colombia. During the summer months, Ibiza was like a second home to him, with dozens of appearances behind the turntables of the hallowed DJ booth at Ushuaïa, alongside top DJs such as Avicii, Axwell Λ Ingrosso.
Two years after taking the world by storm, Lost Frequencies now has his first album ready for release. “Less Is More” is a beautiful jewel of an album featuring 16 dreamy, melodic tracks.
On “Less Is More”, of course you’ll also find the hits “Beautiful Life”, “Are You With Me” and “Reality”, but also the latest single “What is Love”. For this single, Lost Frequencies rediscovered an “old” hit, the international chart-topper by Haddaway from 1993, the year in which Felix De Laet was born. No doubt, with his version of “What is Love” 23 years later, Lost Frequencies will conquer the global charts all over again.
Less Is More are three words that perfectly describe both the album and the artist. The songs sound like the sunset over a deserted beach, or the first gentle rain drops after a steamy summer’s day. Don’t expect to hear pumping party music, with lots of fireworks and hard beats, but rather, soft, warm tones and melodic refrains. Less Is More…