lost frequencies

Lost Frequencies has teamed up with Bastille for new collaborative single ‘Head Down’.

The song arrives hot off the back of the DJ and producer’s 2023 album ‘All Stand Together’, which included singles such as the No.1 Brit Award-nominated ‘Where Are You Now’ ft. Calum Scott and ‘The Feeling’.

This time Lost Frequencies has joined forces with BRIT Award-winning and Grammy-nominated band Bastille for the track that is an exclusive addition to the Belgian artist’s third album.


Lost Frequencies has been pushing the boundaries of house and pop music for the past decade. The live artist, AKA Félix De Laet, had a whirlwind 2023, from colossal commercial success to playing some of the world’s biggest festivals including Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza, Creamfields and more.

Multi-million selling UK band Bastille formed back in 2010 and are much-loved for their now-classic hits including ‘Pompeii’, with over 3.9 billion global streams, and Marshmello collab ‘Happier’, which has accumulated over 4.9 billion streams.

‘Head Down’ brings together the signature sound of Lost Frequencies’ melodic and heart-pumping dance music alongside Bastille’s meticulous songwriting for a certified anthem about embracing the now and not being so hard on yourself – a poignant message to kick off the New Year.


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