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Felix De Laet, better known under his pseudonym Lost Frequencies, has achieved success in the international music industry over the past five years. Releasing his worldwide hit “Are You With Me” in 2014, the track quickly achieved multi-platinum status, taking first place in 18 countries and becoming the first Belgian artist to reach number one in the United Kingdom. Proving that he is not a unique specialist in the studio, “Reality” emerged as another great success from that series, reaching platinum status in 7 territories, before the release of his debut album “Less Is More” (2016) and the second album “Alive And Feeling Fine” (2019), which showed his enthusiasm, dedication to the profession and pure skill, always playing in the long term. One of the greatest recent successes of Lost Frequencies must be that of the unambiguous distinction of 'Where Are You Now', which, since 2022, has seen reaching number one on the official Big Top 40 chart and fifth in the official UK chart, also reaching first place in the Shazam charts in 10 countries, with over 500 million combined streams up to February 2022, earning further awards such as BBC Radio 1's “Track Of The Week”. In addition, “Where Are You Now” reached platinum status in 8 territories, including 3x in Belgium by Lost Frequencies, and took first place in the charts in Ireland, Poland and Slovakia - with no signs of slowing down. In addition to this, a succession of global dates at the most important festivals in the world, including Coachella, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza, the closing of EDC Vegas in a spectacular solo style and an impressive series of arena concerts with chart dominators The Chainsmokers; another year shone brightly for the superstar. And that's not all... Further consolidating itself as a pioneer in the scene, in 2018 Lost Frequencies accumulated more than 1 billion streams, which up to 2021 exceeded 4 billion, upsetting the rules with its official remixes with a tropical touch on tracks such as “Cold Water” by Major Lazer, Justin Bieber and MØ, “Malibu” by Miley Cyrus, “Thunderclouds” by LSD Labrinth/Diplo/Sia, as well as “Worry About Me” by Ellie Goulding, demonstrating that his unique electronic style can continue to adapt to multidimensional pop and produce an inimitable sound while successes continued to come. Following the announcement of its long-awaited second album “Alive And Feeling Fine”, Lost Frequencies also announced its first completely live tour, with a dozen dates divided between the United States and Europe, touching major cities on both continents; composed entirely of its original materials, compositions and completely new presentations, Lost Frequencies brought an innovative and fresh interpretation of its sound that many have come to know and love. With magical shows from New York and Los Angeles to Berlin and Paris, sold-out concerts have also amazed around the world, after the pandemic, following the initial live success and because of phenomenal demand. “Alive..” was released worldwide in October '19 with additional platinum-awarded singles, which have achieved important positions in the charts, including first place in the dance chart in Belgium, France, Cambodia and Hong Kong, second place in the dance chart in the United States and Switzerland, and reaching fourth place in Belgium and further positions in the Top 30 in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Lost Frequencies has also firmly established itself as one of the strongest and fastest rising talents with its first entry in the DJ Mag's 2017 poll ranked 26th, the highest new entry of any other artist that year, ranking further in 2018, 2019, 2020 and most recently ranking in the upper ranks of the 2021 survey. With awards multiplying, including the victory in the “Dance International” and “Hit of The Year” categories at the ECHO award ceremony (comparable to the United States Grammys), beating the likes of Adele in the second, as well as numerous nominations for the MTV EMA and the IDMA (International Dance Music Awards), further consolidating her international status and praised by the industry.