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Lost Spaces’ debut single “Fake.guitars” is a lo-fi, visual experience

Breaking Music’s newest signees Lost Spaces commemorates the release of their debut single “Fake.guitars” with their first music video!

31949649_897520393783538_2683586289134993408_nIn collaboration with Highborn, the band’s indie-pop single is complemented with a lo-fi take on portraying the feelings of hopelessness, giving the viewers a sense of nostalgia as the vintage Volvo drives off into the distance without a particular destination in mind.

Who are ‘Lost Spaces’?

The alt indie-pop band is made up of the Ipoh born Sam Lopez, who came to Kuala Lumpur in hopes of pursuing his music. Starting off a bedroom musician, he eventually teamed up with Imran Marshall (Vocals, Bass), Keane Chua (Guitar) and brother Lukas Lopez (Drums) to form Lost Spaces as who they are today!

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Drawing inspiration from HalfNoise & Seoul and The 1975, this song exudes a laid-back road trip vibe and marks Lost Spaces as a band worth your attention in the local alternative indie-pop sphere! Despite the song’s upbeat composition, the underlying message behind it is far darker;

“The song came form a place of hopelessness, feeding into a somewhat cynical outlook on life. That nothing really matters no matter what you do or how hard you try.” – Sam Lopez

Inspired by the conversation that took place between the band members about their problems that night, they eventually turned “Fake.guitars” into a full-fledged track. In spite of how it started, the song eventually became a little anthem of hope, about having someone or something that kept them going. ” Our relationships are what make life worth living,” said Sam.


 

If you wanna keep track of Lost Spaces, you may follow them on Instagram, twitter and facebook!

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