Liverpool based producer and Fly High Society founding member SertOne teams up with Australian vocalist Maribelle for a gossamer slice of footworking r’n’b with ‘Lost + Found’ released via Feel Good Lost. The video counterpart follows a voyeuristic trajectory, wandering the streets of Liverpool with SertOne followed by the declaration of adoration in Maribelle’s sweet yet sombre vocals.
The track originally began as an instrumental called ‘Firewerks’ which features as a B-Side to ‘Lost+Found’ and was a top download on XLR8R during it’s original release.
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WHAT OTHERS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT ‘LOST + FOUND’
“The track features SertOne’s usual waves of bubbling, energetic synths, but this time he tops it with Melbourne-based singer Maribelle’s soulful, soaring vocals. On paper, the contrast the two create doesn’t seem like it’ll work, but the result is surprisingly compelling”
“Full of juddering dance-laden energy at the same time as future-facing dreamscapey atmospheres, the track features the alternately soaring and soft vocals of Melbourne-based singer/songwriter/producer Maribelle, resulting in a lonesome yet heartwarming sound.”
“SertOne’s made this absolutely incredible record that I need to bring to you right now.”
Phil Taggart, BBC Radio 1
“SertOne has a great talent for creating these kind of tracks. It’s really nice to hear a vocalist like this on it – gives it a really nice pop edge”
“A soaring slice of R&B that is equal parts chill-out and banging, rolling-drums dance-floor groove”
“Screw Tinder, true love is right here via the mind blowing new electronic r’n’b banger from SertOne and Maribelle”
“The track features a suspended footwork rhythm that we’ve heard SertOne work before but Maribelle’s voice brings an R&B pop edge to the track”
“Global Music Making. SertOne hasn’t let geography get in the way of a good tune”
“SertOne himself brings an incredible beat game to the track, one that makes note of a killer percussion line and tends to heed the obscurities with incredible caution. However, his cautiousness has paid off and this track feels incredibly clean and clear-cut.”
“A peek into greatness”
“A track whose collection of restless, skittering percussion is met by a downtrodden chord progression and a tasteful assemblage of repitched vocal murmurs”
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