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“Where Are You Now” is a song by Belgian DJ Lost Frequencies with British singer Callum Scott. Lost Frequencies are still at the forefront of the global electronic music scene after their first stunning game called “Rise” at Sony.
“Where Are You Now” begins with a sweeping, slow melody that creates the space for Callum to sing in an uplifting tone for layered rhythms.
The music video is very much in tune with the tone and tone of the singer’s voice. The attractive colors of the video caress the eyes. Going to the deep depths and then entering the sunrise, depicts a beautiful curve. Exactly Like ”my favorite song going round and round my head.”
The end and the beginning of the video are the same, it is like it is repeated over and over again. This music revolves around us as it is in poetry and we can listen to it many times. The culmination of the stage design is in the last sequence when the dancer becomes the same flower we see on the wall.
Commenting on the release of Lost Frequencies, he said: “I’m super excited to share this new single in collaboration with Calum Scott. I’m happy we got to work together as he already asked me to remix his track ‘Dancing On My Own’ previously that didn’t come to work out at the time, but now we worked together on this original track ‘Where Are You Now’! He absolutely nailed the vocals and I can’t wait to play this one life, I hope everybody will love this one as much as I do!”
- Sound: Klevr @klevrsounddesign
- Production Designer: Johnny Savage @johnnysavageart_
- Art Runner: Jake Buckley @jakebuck