LA-based singer-songwriter Rauly has been making waves in the underground indie pop scene for a while now. With his latest release titled “Lost It,” the artist has consolidated his place in the global music industry. Additionally, his other releases such as “Obvious” and “This is Love” has already become crowd favourites, further propelling Rauly into the limelight.
“Lost It” is an ode to the forgotten pop-punk sound that was revolutionised by artists such as Avril Lavigne back in the early ‘00s. With an upbeat rhythm and fast-paced hi-hats, the song is catchy and will get your feet tapping and head nodding in no time. Rauly touches on themes of love and heartbreak in his narrative. The songwriter sings, “I drew a line, And you crossed it, I had a shot but you blocked it, I had a heart but you lost it, I gave it all and you tossed it. Please find my heart…you lost it!” Written by Matthew Buscarino and Raul D’Ordine Lemus, the lyrics provide a sense of deep introspection and carefully narrate the feelings of heartache and broken relationships, making the song a memorable addition to any romantic playlist.
Rauly is ready to join the big leagues
The production of the song is of the highest quality. Thanks to Rauly and his associate Busco. With crisp highs and a rumbling low end, each element finds its own space in the mix. Special mention goes out to the impeccable songwriting skills for his carefully crafted harmony lines. Be it Rauly’s gorgeous vocal texture, the tight bassline or the sweet delay-laden guitar lick of the outro, “Lost It” screams pop-punk in every aspect.
The song would find its place in romantic tragedies and dramas like “500 Days of Summer” and “Me Before You.” In conclusion, with its compelling narrative and emotive artistic vision, Rauly has created a true piece of art. Someone, please find his heart!