Story of Song
‘Are You With Me’ was first was first recorded by country artist Easton Corbin for his 2012 studio album All Over the Road. It was written by Tommy Lee James, Terry McBride and Shane McAnally. Lost Frequencies’ remix made it a hit all over the world. In an interview for Ministry of Sound, he was asked the influence behind this track, he said: “Well I was influenced by a track I heard 2 years before I produced Are You With Me, and I always wanted to make a track with just a guitar sound and bass. The track that influenced me was “One Day” remixed by Wankelmut!”
When asked about the huge success hit track achieved and if it was a surprise for him, Lost Frequencies replied: “Yes it did, I’d never expected it to become so huge. And it feels weird because I always think the track is doing good, but I’m always forgetting that my name is getting bigger as well, and that is a really strange feeling.”
First release was in 2012 (Mercury Nashville label). Lost Frequencies re-released it on October 27, 2014.
Tommy Lee James – Terry McBride – Shane McAnally.
The Bearded Man – Armada Music
US – 17
UK – 1
GERMANY – 1
‘Are You With Me’ went to number 1 in the UK Singles Chart and it holds the distinction of having the shortest reign at the top of the UK Singles Chart of any single for 46 years due to the following chart being the first to be released on a Friday rather than a Sunday. The song reached the top 10 charts in 12 countries and topped the charts in 14 countries other than the UK such as Australia, Austria, Belgium (Ultratop 50) Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Poland, Romania, Scotland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland. It was certified double platinum in Australia, Italy, Norway, and Poland, Platinum in Lost Frequencies’ hometown Belgium, and 4 times Platinum in Sweden. The (BVMI) in Germany certified it 3 times gold for sales over 600 000 copies.
Artist’s age on release date
Felix Safran De Laet (AKA Lost Frequencies) was 22 years old when he released this single.
No cover versions.
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