LOST FREQUENCIES is unstoppable. While dropping brand-new single "All Or Nothing" (feat. Axel Ehnström) on Ultra Music today (February 17), the Belgian hit machine announced that he will join The Chainsmokers as support on select dates of their #MemoriesTour 2017 arena trek this spring.
A testament to Lost Frequencies' globally renowned signature sound, "All Or Nothing"-which also appears on his debut album LOST AND FOUND--is driven by a grand mixture of recognizable vocals, catchy lyrics and soothing deep house vibes, a formula proven by its predecessors. The track's contagiousness is off the charts, setting it up as Lost Frequencies' next potential super smash.
Listen to "All Or Nothing" now at https://soundcloud.com/lo-freq-1/all-or-nothing?in=lo-freq-1/sets/less-is-more-5 (Spotify, iTunes here: http://smarturl.it/LF-AllOrNothing) and look for its accompanying video to be made available on Ultra Music's YouTube channel next Friday, February 24.
After indulging his fans with jaw-dropping live sets at iconic events such as Tomorrowland, Coachella and Lollapalooza last year, Lost Frequencies has been drafted in as a special guest on select dates of The Chainsmokers' forthcoming U.S. Memoriesarena tour. Between May 26 and June 10, the young Belgian (Felix De Laet) joins one of the hottest duos of today as direct support for arena shows in Maryland, Boston, Providence, Philadelphia and New York. Prior, Lost Frequencies will make select appearances in San Francisco, Seattle, San Diego (CRSSD Festival), Los Angeles, Denver and Austin. All confirmed dates follow below.
Lost Frequencies' rise to fame has been nothing short of astronomical. His first two singles "Are You With Me" and "Reality" earned the Belgian super talent gold, platinum and double platinum status in a few dozen countries and hit #1 in some of the world's most acclaimed charts, including the U.K. Singles Chart. Together with third single "Beautiful Life" and fourth single "What Is Love 2016," they collectively racked up around one billion streams on Spotify and YouTube. In addition to delivering such tremendous singles over the course of the past two years, Lost Frequencies will play the main stage at Tomorrowland 2017 and host his own 'Lost Frequencies & Friends' stage at the world-renowned festival for the second year in a row.