Blake Rose Releases Official Music Video For ‘Lost.’

Musician and songwriter on the rise, Blake Rose returns today with an official music video for his hit single, “Lost”, which to date has already amassed more than 40 million combined global streams and is out now via AWAL Recordings. The video premiered on NYLON and was directed by Matt Sav and filmed on location in his native Perth, Australia.
“This is the first official music video I have filmed in well over a year, so I was excited to finally be able to create something visual for ‘Lost’.  I have been in my hometown of Perth, Australia since the beginning of the pandemic, so was grateful to be able to shoot something here, especially when so much of the world is still on lock down.  I hope everyone enjoys the video as much as I enjoyed making it.”
Watch the video for “Lost” HERE.
On the meaning of the song, Blake reveals, “’Lost’ is a realization of letting someone go who you never should have. I wanted to give a visual ride through this emotion by describing the emptiness you feel when stumbling upon reliving certain moments in your life that you once shared together, discovering how lost you are without that person.
Listen to “Lost” HERE.
Talking about the song’s creative process, Blake reveals, “’Lost’ started with a guitar riff, which was quite a surreal experience as I was playing it before it even existed. I was holding my guitar strumming and all of a sudden my ears shifted their focus to my guitar and I just heard that riff going. I just knew there was something special there… I could hear the potential in it straight away.
Earlier this year, Blake released a brand new live music video for the song, filmed with a band in Perth. The video provides music fans a much needed live experience fix during these uncertain times.  Watch the live “Lost” video HERE.
The new video follows the release of “Ordinary People” earlier this year. Speaking about the song, Blake reveals, I don’t fall for people very easily, but when I do it’s hard and very spontaneous. I was hanging out with this girl for no longer than a week, but I fell head over heels and this song is a result of that. It’s a word for word recount of exactly what happened during that brief but unforgettable period of time.” Listen to “Ordinary People” HERE.

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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