LOST FREQUENCIES RECONNECTS WITH EASTON CORBIN FOR ‘ARE YOU WITH ME’ FOLLOW-UP: ‘ONE MORE NIGHT’

LOST FREQUENCIES RECONNECTS WITH EASTON CORBIN FOR 'ARE YOU WITH ...

It’s been about five years since Lost Frequencies took the world by storm with ‘Are You With Me’, his unique take on the original version of American county singer Easton Corbin. Since then, the Belgian DJ, producer and label owner has been nothing short of a dance music superstar, churning out massive hits whilst seeing his streaming numbers run into the billions. And today, he traces back to the point where it all began and reconnects with Easton Corbin for their long-anticipated follow-up collab: ‘One More Night’.

Listen to Lost Frequencies feat. Easton Corbin – One More Night

Included on Lost Frequencies’ ‘Cup Of Beats’ EP (released next week), ‘One More Night’ is a story of love and desire that expertly builds on the vibe of predecessor. With relatable lyrics, soft tones and a soulful touch tailored to Easton Corbin’s distinct vocal sound, this record fully harnesses that ultimate pop appeal and insane crossover potential we’ve come to know Lost Frequencies for.

Lost Frequencies: “I am super excited to share this new track with everybody. Having a collaboration with Easton Corbin is something people might not have expected, but makes so much sense. He was the original singer of ‘Are You With Me’, so we tried to blend the country and dance world once more into this track. I would also like to give a little shoutout to Terry McBride, with whom I got in contact on Instagram and worked on the first draft of the song. I hope everybody feels the vibe on this one.”

Easton Corbin: Thinking back to what it was like when Felix released the remix for ‘Are You With Me’ was so interesting. I got to hear my song in a new light and that just proves that great music can transcend genres. ‘Are You With Me’ was able to launch incredible opportunities for Lost Frequencies and myself and getting to be a deeper part of this release now is an honor for me and what I’ve built with my own career.”

Watch the music video for Lost Frequencies feat. Easton Corbin – One More Night

Felix De Laet, better known as Lost Frequencies, is one of the most popular dance music artists of his generation. After selling multi-platinum and taking the #1 spot in 18 countries with ‘Are You With Me’, he became the first Belgian artist to secure five #1s in the official Belgian chart and hit #1 in the U.K., collected billions of plays across the most popular streaming platforms with global hits such as ‘Are You With Me’, ‘Reality’ and ‘Crazy’ (with Dutch duo Zonderling), and released numerous impressive collaborations with the likes of Zonderling, Netsky, James Blunt, Aloe Blacc and Mokita. And now, after unleashing his sophomore album ‘Alive And Feeling Fine’ at the end of 2019 and teaming up with Zonderling again for the unmistakably catchy ‘Love To Go’, he cements his spot in the upper reaches of the dance music scene with ‘One More Night’, his long-anticipated second collab with Easton Corbin.

Easton Corbin exudes country. His distinctive baritone has been gracing airwaves for the past decade as his chart-topping debut single, ‘A Little More Country Than That’, established Corbin as a mainstay on the country charts. Billboard’s 2010 Top New Country Artist would go on to garner another #1 hit with the feel-good ‘Roll With It’ as well as seven top 10 singles, further distinguishing himself from other male vocalists as a tried-and-true country traditionalist who weaves timeless story songs together while tipping his hat to the classic country artists who have come before him.

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