Lost Frequencies album ‘All Stand Together’
Lost Frequencies album ‘All Stand Together’

Lost Frequencies drops third album ‘All Stand Together’

There are 11 tracks on 'All Stand Together,' and they will take you on a journey with Lost Frequencies and a plethora of old and new partners.

Lost Frequencies is gearing up for a dramatic year’s finale: the release of his third artist album ‘All Stand Together.

The album: All Stand Together

On ‘All Stand Together,’ Lost Frequencies and a slew of old and new collaborators will take listeners on an 11-track voyage. It will feature feel-good electronics and pop delight.

From the international hit #1 ‘Where Are You Now‘ with Calum Scott to his new solo release ‘The Feeling‘ and a title tune that will set the scene ablaze, Netsky, James Arthur, Tom Gregory, and others have all contributed.

Putting a pin on the musical map to show where the multi-platinum maestro is in his career.

From upbeat house and tropical rhythms to folk influences, acoustic instrumentals, and deep vocal performances, ‘All Stand Together‘ is likely to be Lost Frequencies’ signature artist album yet.

The past few years of my career have been the most fulfilling so far and I’m super excited to release my next artist album ‘All Stand Together’ as a snapshot of this. Some of the tracks you will recognize and hopefully have danced to already, others I’m excited to become the next part of the chapter for both you and me. Across the album I want to take you on a journey of all the sounds that make up the Lost Frequencies sound, from tracks to light-up speakers, over to more emotional singles across pop, house, dance, and beyond – I hope you guys enjoy ‘All Stand Together’ as much as I did creating it! – Lost Frequencies

Lost Frequencies, the artist

Showcasing his musical evolution over the past several years, which has seen him sell-out arenas with his Lost Frequencies Live tour dates, perform at every major festival from Tomorrowland to Lollapalooza and Creamfields, and earn a Brit Award nomination for ‘Best International Song,’ the best is yet to come.