I Panic is a powerful project created by the Dutch singer-songwriter Marcel Van Tetering. In 1987, the musician and two of his buddies started the I Panic group, though, the trio only managed to work together for a year before breaking up, I panic then became the solo one man band powerhouse composed of Marcel Van Tetering.
The solo project I Panic has returned with a brand-new, mellow song called "Lost Song."
The song's serene, smooth introduction creates the ideal atmosphere for us listeners to sit back, unwind, and take in the music. We begin with soft piano melodies and electric guitar accompaniment, with additional instrumentals that are subsequently added. When the tune builds up, the vocals get more strong yet remain consistent and relaxed throughout. The melody plays with our emotions as it starts off calm, then rises with the rhythms, and then returns to being steady. It's really one of those tunes that always catches you off guard in the most exhilarating way possible.
Around the two-minute mark, there's a section that sounds like it belongs in a fairy tale romance. The piano and tender notes were soothing, and the melodies and harmonies were as light as a feather. This element brought a lot of additional color to the tune and made it exceptional; it was perhaps my favorite aspect of the entire composition.
I simply adore this single. The line "Get me through the night" was relevant to me when I listened to it, since the song helped me get through the night and let me forget about all the bad things with its peaceful composition. This masterpiece is like a cure for the spirit; it is lovely and smooth, kind to the heart, and flows like a river. The song developed in a comforting, amazing way. It wasn't slow or upbeat simply; rather, it was a tune with both a soft rhythm and an energetic electric guitar, and I enjoyed how the entire beat unfolds so beautifully.
You should listen to "Lost song" immediately and without hesitation. It is exquisite in every way and demands your attention. Listen to "Lost Song," which is currently available on Spotify, and check out more of the workfrom the one-man band I Panic.