Lost in Your Light

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  • Dua Lipa is joined by Miguel on this electro pop duet about an insatiable love. It finds the pair exchanging breathy starry-eyed lines as they sing about being consumed by passion on an intimate night.
  • Asked by HMV.com how she managed to recruit the American star for the song, Dua Lipa replied:

    "I love Miguel, he's always been at the top of my list of people that I wanted to work with. So I reached out to him and asked if we could try something together and he agreed. We wrote 'Lost In Your Light' together and it was such fun, it came together really organically and we've become good friends."
  • Dua Lipa is overseen by the management team behind Lana Del Rey and this song was co-produced by frequent Del Rey collaborator Rick Nowels. His productions for the American singer include "Dark Paradise," "Summertime Sadness and "Young And Beautiful."


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