Platinum-selling electronic artist, violinist, and multi-talented entertainer Lindsey Stirling and artist, producer, and songwriter Mako have released an acoustic version of their current hit single “Lose You Now.”
“Lose You Now (Acoustic),” produced by Stephen Anderson, strips down the emotive song to just piano and a full string accompaniment highlighting its deep lyrics about loss and grief, written in memory of Stirling’s father and best friend. The duo has also shared a new accompanying music video.
The original version of “Lose You Now” (BMG), produced by Jason Evigan (Dua Lipa, Bebe Rexha, Jonas Brothers), was released earlier this year and has since amassed over 6 million global streams, including nearly 3 million views on the music video. The pop single, which was recently featured in an episode of American Idol, stems from Stirling’s instrumental-only track “Guardian” off of her latest chart-topping studio album Artemis.
“Mako and I are so happy to share this new version of ‘Lose You Now’ with everyone,” says Stirling. “We’ve always known this song was special but seeing the way it’s been connecting with fans and listeners all across the world has been beyond expectations. We thought an acoustic version that strips it down to its beautiful and raw core could reach people in a whole new way. Creating ‘Lose You Now’ and its music video brought me peace and I’m so glad that we have been able to share that healing with everyone, especially with what we all have been going through this past year.”
Stirling recently teamed up with League of Legends: Wild Rift for an official music video to celebrate the launch of the video game on mobile which can be seen here.
Watch the music video below.
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