Inigo’s indescribable love

posted August 01, 2020 at 07:20 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Young singer and actor Inigo Pascual sings about a ride-or-die invitation for a night of endless possibilities in his new international single “Lost,” a funky pop track produced by Moophs under Tarsier Records. 

Inigo’s indescribable love
Inigo Pascual drops a new single under Tarsier Records.
“I wanted to make a track that was very chill, laidback and just talk about a love that can’t be described: not sure where it’s going, not sure what is going on exactly but certain about having each other,” Inigo explained about the song which he penned with Moophs while on his first international promo tour in Los Angeles last year.

The singer-songwriter also revealed that the vibe he was going for was that of Asian hip-hop with a mix of RnB. Moophs helped him achieve just that as “Lost” includes a concoction of guitar and synths. 

“This song exemplifies a side of Inigo that his fans haven’t seen yet. It’s accessible pop music with a slightly more mature vibe injection,” Moophs shared.

Inigo and Moophs last collaborated for “Catching Feelings,” their most successful team-up to date. 

“Lost,” a personal favorite for Inigo, succeeds “Should Be Me” and is also one of the original songs that will be part of his upcoming “Options” LP under Tarsier Records, an ABS-CBN Music label that seeks to introduce the Filipino artistry in the international music scene.

Inigo’s indescribable love
After ‘Catching Feelings,’  Inigo Pascual collaborates with Mooph again with pop track ‘Lost.’
Follow along in Inigo’s journey of love by listening to “Lost” on major digital streaming platforms. For more updates on his music, follow @tarsierrecords on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 

Topics: Inigo Pascual , “Lost" , Moophs , Tarsier Records , Catching Feelings
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