Felix De Laet – aka Lost Frequencies – is doing big things with his career. Being one of the staple artists at festivals like Tomorrowland for years in a row now, the Belgian superstar released his debut single in 2014 titled ‘Are You With Me’ which put him on the musical map almost instantly with the track securing the number 1 spot in a whopping 18 countries. Since then, he has only soared further to new heights and new successes. Releasing his first studio album in 2016 ‘Less Is More’, that album went on to be shortlisted for The Independent Music Companies Association (IMPALA) ‘Album of the Year’ award. To follow on the success from ‘Less Is More’, Lost Frequencies has returned with second studio album ‘Alive And Feeling Fine’.
With 23 tracks spanning across a 2-disc selection, ‘Alive And Feeling Fine’ is arguably one of Lost Frequencies most ambitious projects yet – and it has paid off in a big way. Blending known fan favourites with new treats for the ears to feast on, it does an expert job of showcasing his variety of technically advanced skills. As well as his solo work, it also features collaborations from the likes of Aloe Blacc (known in the EDM scene for vocal works with some of the biggest stars including Avicii), Zonderling, Throttle and James Blunt to name just a few. It isn’t an easy feat to nail every song on the album and have them not outshine each other, but rather make them all equally as strong, but the talented artist has done exactly that and more.
On the second disc of ‘Alive And Feeling Fine’, it is presented as a mix. Showing off his remix skills, it includes his remixes for tracks by legends such as Armin van Buuren, Kanye West and The Rasmus. Also featured is popular Tomorrowland mixes and deluxe mixes of tracks that transport the listener straight into an electrifying Lost Frequencies set.
‘Alive And Feeling Fine’ is available to stream below.