Iselin’s “Lost” Is A Therapeutic Elegy For Life Changes

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Rising Norewegian poptress Iselin bids farewell to a chapter of her life in her new chest-swelling pop single “Lost” where she suspends us into an ethereal state with her aerated vocals and stretching synths. The expansive atmosphere of the track is what makes “Lost” such an unearthly trip that is filled with nostalgia and therapeutic reflection. Stream below:

“‘Lost’ is probably one of the most personal and emotional songs I’ve ever written,” commented Iselin. “That terrifies me a bit to be honest, but at the same time it feels good to release something that just came straight from the heart. I wrote it with the amazing songwriters and producers Mad Fun (Fanny Hultman & Madeleine Eliasson), and it was a very special day for me in the studio. I think and hope the song speaks for itself, but mainly it’s about letting go of something that meant a lot to you, and how it affects you in so many ways when you know that part of your life is over.”

The track is the follow up of her debut “Bathtub,” which was released back in June. If Iselin sounds familiar, you’re not imagining anything – she’s the vocalist behind Alan Walker’s hits “Faded” and “Sing Me To Sleep.” Iselin will be unveiling more of her solo, original works in the upcoming months so stay tuned.