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Lost Kings Release Debut Single ‘Bad’, Out Now On Spinnin’ Records

LA-based producers and certified remix gurus, Lost Kings, are set to become one of the most hyped about dance duos this year with the release of their first original single ‘Bad’ from their forthcoming EP, out now on Spinnin’.

This jump from remixing to creating original tracks serves as a marker of the Lost King’s genuine musical talent, showcasing what they are really capable of when working entirely from scratch. Uplifting in every sense, from the chords to the lyrics, the boys have created a track laced with 80s disco vibes and catchy melodic hooks; the perfect remedy for the impending end-of-summer blues. Seamlessly combining Jessame’s soulful falsetto vocals with jiving piano chords and a playful melodic topline, the track bursts with colour and texture at every turn. If ‘Bad’ is anything to go by, then big things should be expected of their highly anticipated EP release on 23rd October.

In the space of a year the Lost Kings have risen up through the ranks of new producer talents, inking a deal with Spinnin’ and providing official remixes for the likes of Imagine Dragons, Krewalla and Hasley. With millions of Soundcloud plays and numerous Hypem #1’s they are undoubtedly on the precipice of major worldwide success. Now with the release of this stunning debut single, this global recognition is very close to being realised. Watch this space.

About Lost Kings

The Lost Kings have quickly risen to one of the most talked about American DJ duo in dance music today. Robert Gainley and Dr. No knew of each other for a while, but it wasn’t until sharing a bottle of whiskey one night in their hometown of Los Angeles that they decided to collaborate. They sobered up, locked themselves in the studio, and looked at each other in disbelief of what they created. The Lost Kings had found each other. Over the last year, they have toured the country playing clubs and festivals alike, creating official remixes for the likes of Imagine Dragons, Echosmith, Krewella, Vance Joy, Life of Dillon, Halsey, Tori Kelly. Each hitting #1 on the Hype Machine Chart, they have managed to generate a considerable buzz in the dance music blogosphere.
Their debut EP is due out on Spinnin Records 10/23.