When you’ve already conquered the world with a plethora of global smashes and an album to die for, heading up your own label sure seems like the next logical step to take. And indeed it is so for Lost Frequencies, who comes fresh from some of the most impactful singles of the past few years to launch his own label in partnership with Armada Music: Found Frequencies.
Radiating a feeling of bygone days while still remaining upbeat and feel-good, ‘Crazy’ is the next infectious single from the hand of Lost Frequencies and the very first release on his brand-new Found Frequencies imprint. A marvelous team-up with Dutch duo Zonderling, this song is empowering, full of character and sure to find its way to the top of your playlist.
Lost Frequencies, who recently saw his previous collaboration (‘Here With You’, with Netsky) awarded with certified gold in the Netherlands, is easily one of the most gifted artists to have hit the dance music scene this decade. With debut single ‘Are You With Me’ and second offering ‘Reality’, the young Belgian earned gold, platinum and double platinum in more than a dozen countries, topped some of the world’s most esteemed charts – such as the UK Singles chart – and racked up respectively 400 million streams and 250 million streams on Spotify with those two singles alone.
Never one to slow down, he piled on the success with records such as ‘Beautiful Life’, ‘What Is Love 2016’, ‘All Or Nothing’ and ‘Here With You’, and saw his efforts on the live front rewarded with coveted spots at the biggest festivals and events in the world, including Coachella and Tomorrowland. On Spotify alone, Lost Frequencies’ singles (and remixes) total to over one billion streams and ‘Crazy’ – infused with the signature sounds of Zonderling – will no doubt add to that prodigious number.
Lost Frequencies: “I’m really happy to see the launch of my label, Found Frequencies. It will serve as a home to my own music, and I hope it will become the go-to label for up-and-coming talents as well, as it goes way past chill vibes only. I intend to release a few club records of my own on the label and as for the rest, the sound correlates with everything I play in my live sets or add to my playlists. I really hope it’s a musical taste many find enjoyable.”