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Indian duo to perform at EDM festival Tomorrowland 2015

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By NewsGram Staff Writer

EDM (Electronic Dance Music) duo Lost Stories will be performing at the annual EDM festival Tomorrowland 2015, to be held in Belgium, Universal Music India has announced.

The duo, Prayag Mehta and Rishab Joshi, will be performing on the Blue Flame Stage on July 24 in Boom, Belgium.

“We are proud of the Lost Stories boys on having secured a slot at the prestigious Tomorrowland festival in Belgium. It’s a massive step towards showcasing Indian EDM talent on a global platform. From local gigs to a European tour and a slot at the biggest annual EDM festival in the world, they have indeed come a long way,” Devraj Sanyal, managing director, Universal Music Group South Asia said in a statement.

The announcement has driven immense support by fans and personalities alike as Lost Stories will represent India on the global map of dance music which is an ever-increasing industry.

Last year, Lost Stories released their debut album “Music for the #Generation”. The album spawned the hit single “How do you like me now”, the video of which was very well received by EDM fans and made it to number 16 on Vh1 Top 100 Videos of 2014.

The duo has since played some memorable sets alongside Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki and Laidback Luke amongst many others.

Lost Stories will begin their European tour on Saturday which goes on till August 5. During this period, the duo will also be seen performing at other major festivals and clubs across European countries including Belgium, Netherlands, Spain and France.

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