The Rasmus hit gets rebooted with brand new remake

The new version of In The Shadows was produced by Belgian DJ and producer Lost Frequencies.

Fifteen years have passed since the release of the most successful album of Finnish rock band The Rasmus, entitled “Dead Letters”. The record features hits such as “In The Shadows” or “First Day of My Life”, which gave the group global success. The members of the group have decided to celebrate this anniversary with a bang. On the very last day of September they will start their epic European tour in Hamburg, which will wrap up in Moscow on November 1st. On October 24th, The Rasmus & frontman Lauri Ylönen will perform at the large hall of Lucerna in Prague. During the 19-stop tour, the group will be supported by the Czech band Eddie Stoilow.

Shortly before commencing tour, The Rasmus are bringing a brand new gift to their fans – a remake of their biggest hit “In The Shadows”. The new version of the hit was produced by Belgian DJ and producer Lost Frequencies. His popular tracks have gained more than a billion streams on Spotify. 

“I tried making a mix between the melancholic heavy rock of Rasmus, and my electronic work,” says Felix De Laet, aka Lost Frequencies. “The first time I played it was on the main stage of Tomorrowland festival, and it was an amazing experience! Lauri has a voice full of emotions, he fits perfectly into my DJ sets and became the peak of my performance. I can’t wait to share this version of the song with everyone.” 

The fans of this Finnish group can also get their hands on the newly released deluxe version of their most successful album “Dead Letters” on CD/LP/DA.

The quartet surrounding the frontman Lauri always feel the best on stage. Their energetic and lively performances make them a sought-after band which supported bands such Red Hot Chili Peppers, Garbage and others. Seeing them perform the full “Dead Letters” album will therefore be a unique experience: 

“We are excited to do this anniversary tour and play all the songs from our most important record, alongside a special visual design – since Dead Letters is very theatrical and image-evoking. Some songs will even played for the very fist time on this tour,” says frontman Lauri Ylönen.

As support to The Rasmus, the Czech band Eddie Stoilowwill also be able to enjoy the atmosphere of the tour – thanks to the newly created division of BrainZone International which will also focus on the international export of Czech music.

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