London-based hip-hop act Hyphen's new single "Lost" is a brass-laden fusion of soul, electronica, and trip-hop with an exciting, precise flow .
"I wrote this song on late on a Saturday night after reluctantly saying no to go to a mini reunion my school friends were having," the London-based Hyphen explains. "Trying to manage a full time job and music career simultaneously means cutting out on something, and for me that involves being a lot less social and very single."
"While that sounds a bit miserable, I wrote this song on a night alone, pretty happy about the situation. Watching people's Snapchats about their night outs, which were largely the same as any other night out, made me quite pleased that through music I'd found something to do that was pretty different."
Released on 6/30, Hyphen's "Lost" is the latest single to be taken from his upcoming EP ‘Dance Songs To Die To’.
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