Lost In Your Love

Album: Single Release Only (2012)
Charted: 5


  • Hugh Pescod is a Bristol born DJ and dance producer. He started out in the early 2000s with a series of Drum & Bass releases under the moniker of DJ Clipz. By the end of the decade, he had developed a different garage/house-based sound under the name of Redlight. He also set up his own 'Lobster Boy' label in 2009 for his own and other productions of similar style, starting off with The Lobster Boy EP. Redlight achieved his first UK singles entry in early 2012, with "Get Out My Head." This retro-dance tune is its follow-up, which was premiered on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show in June 2012.
  • The song features vocals by Lottie Benardout, who is the lead vocalist of Tricity and Baby Sol. She was born in a small town in Zaire, now known as the Democratic republic of Congo. Sol moved to the UK in 1990 at the age of 16, and in 2002 after auditioning with a local youth choir in West London she was signed to a management duo under Kool Music Entertainment. The Congolian singer became part of Michelle Escoffrey's Kindred Spirit Collective in 2004 and three years later she quit her day job to pursue a full time career in music. Sol has since featured on DJ Ironik's debut album and toured the UK, Europe and Australia with Paloma Faith as well as supporting Daniel Merriweather on the UK leg of his tour.


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