Born as Felix De Laet, Lost Frequencies is a deep house producer and DJ from Brussels, Belgium. He gained worldwide recognition in 2014 when he released his version of “Are You With Me,” a track originally sung by American country musician Easton Corbin. His second single “Reality,” featuring Dutch singer-songwriter Janieck Devy, strengthened his success and peaked on European charts in 2015.

In 2016 De Laet released his debut album “Less Is More”. The album spawned three more singles: “Beautiful Life” featuring Swedish singer Sandro Cavazza, “What Is Love 2016” and “All or Nothing” featuring Finnish singer Axel Ehnström. The album reached #3 on the Flemish Album Charts and #10 on the Wallonian Album Charts.

De Laet started his own recording label Found Frequencies in 2017. The first single to be released by his label was “Crazy”, a collaboration with Dutch DJ duo Zonderling. The track became his 5th number 1 single on the Flemish Singles Charts after “Are You With Me”, “Reality”, “Beautiful Life” and “What Is Love 2018”. In Wallonia “Crazy” became his 3rd number 1 hit after “Are You With Me” and “Beautiful Life” topped the charts in 2015 and 2016 respectively.

De Laet produces tracks in a studio situated in the attic of his parents' house. He got his stage name from remixes he made for older songs which he called Lost Frequencies when he started his project.