Lost Frequencies rocked the crowd in Luxembourg

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Lost Frequencies rocked the crowd in Luxembourg

Felix De Laet, who is better known as LOST FREQUENCIES, burst onto the music scene in 2014. He shot to the top of the charts across Europe almost immediately. He also became the first Belgian musician who reached the top 1 of the UK charts.

Felix is a welcome and well-known guest in Luxembourg. In fact, his concert schedule is very busy. His DJ sets can be heard at almost every festival, and City Sounds was no exception.

On National Day Eve, Lost Frequencies delivered the best compositions for the citizens of Luxembourg. His performance left the audience with nothing but positive emotions. The artist's playlists often include remixes of pop hits. He actually has a gift for turning them into electro-dance tracks.

Don't be disappointed if you missed yesterday's concert. Felix is a regular guest at various music events. In 2019, for example, he performed at 49 different festivals, making him the number-one star with that many concerts in one season.

Upcoming Lost Frequencies concerts in Europe:

  • Ushuaïa Ibiza, Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Spain. June 28, tickets from 55 euro;
  • La Citadelle, Arras, France. June 30, tickets from 69 euro;
  • OPIUM, Barcelona, Spain. July 5, tickets from 30 euro;
  • Salzburgring, Salzburg, Austia. July 6, tickets from 189 euro;

Lost Frequencies rose to fame with his worldwide hit, 'Are You With Me' (2014). It quickly became the top 1 on music charts in 18 different countries. This track has now reached multi-platinum status.

'Are You With Me' is a beautiful melancholic composition dedicated to love. It tells the story of a man looking for a girl. Of course, this is a club beat, made precisely for dancing at concerts. It also has an amazing and fascinating video clip that flawlessly matches the atmosphere of the song. No wonder so many people around the world loved it and still keep it in their playlists.

One of Lost Frequencies' last big hits was 'Where Are You Now'. It was released in 2022 and went on to reach number one on the Official Big Top 40 in the UK, the Shazam charts in 10 countries. It's now listened to more than 500 million times and in February 2022 became 'Track Of The Week' on BBC Radio 1's.

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Authors: Kadriia