Lost Frequencies Enlists Aloe Blacc on ‘Truth Never Lies’


Lost Frequencies aka Felix De Laet is a Belgian hit making music machine who rose to fame in 2014 with his iconic single “Are You With Me”, ever since he has consistently delivered an array of standout efforts. His keen sense for vocals has seen him recruit the likes of James Blunt, Sandro Cavazza, and now he adds another iconic voice to his discography. ‘Truth Never Lies’, his new single out this week combines forces with none other than the golden voice of Grammy-nominated Aloe Blacc.

Delivering an infectious gem thats a perfect blend of both the artists unique and powerful sounds, ‘Truth Never Lies’ is Los Frequencies second official release of 2019, and for Aloe Blacc it comes of the back of his work on the first posthumous Avicii single S.O.S.

As with as with all his music, Lost Frequencies expertly combines his delightful melodies around intelligent lyrics, Blacc delivers masterfull lyrics such as “You can make a deal with the devil, or you can make a deal with the Lord, just two notes ringing on the same passing chord”. While it’s got clear pop sensibilities it’s also a danceable gem perfect for chill summer nights on the beach.

Check out ‘Truth Never Lies’ below and enjoy!


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