In keeping with Chase & Status’ trance-like lyric dance anthems of the past Lost Not Found does not disappoint. I pictured it easily filling a dance floor with people straining to sing along as loudly as they could. The soft vocals of Louis M^ttrs (an aspiring singer, view songwriter and producer from Brighton) really bring something fresh to the track. I like to think the up and coming Brighton producer/singer-songwriter will surely receive more career interest now he’s featured on with the big wigs of house music. The single was premiered as Zane Lowe’s ‘Hottest Record in the World’ earlier in the week on BBC Radio 1, it was thus suitably well received by his radio album.
The song itself has a more chilled vibe if that’s even possible on a dance track. I find it aided my revision very well and I’m yet to tire of having it on repeat along with their former work. Many fans of C&S are glad to hear something closer to their original work as heard on their first album More than a lot. The debut album heralded 3 number 1 dance hits between 2007-9 and we wish every such success for this new endeavour. The pair are currently working on a new album with a supposedly ‘darker’ vibe than the other two. In theory there should be another new single or two released pre-festival season to please the crowds.