Polly Scattergood

Out of heartache and loneliness songbird Polly Scattergood upturns a forlorn state of mind into a synth illuminated episode of lucidly enchanting introspection.

The preface behind “Subsequently Lost” is arisen out of a state of turmoil that stems from Polly loosing a loved one and depicts the ensuing heart-wrenching pain that consumes her thoughts thereafter, as she searches her soul for answers and seeks solace from her torment.

Captured in video storybook likeness that portrays the wounded subject as she’s seeks treatment for her anguished condition, the pains seeps out in chronicled flashbacks detailed in reflection through the minds eye.

For us “Subsequently Lost” is one of those songs that reaches out and envelopes its eclectically synth pretty allure into our receptively sympathetic consciousness.

For more insight into the story beyond the lyrics, jump to our recent interview with Polly whereupon she explains indepth the thinking behind her vision.

This completely gorgeous bittersweet track is also the subject of an extensive remix package that has garnered treatments from the likes of Vince Clarke, Chad Valley, Can Love Be Synth, Dan LissVik and EQ Music’s own rostered artist Parralox.

We have no doubt that this might sound even more splendid live and of course there is every chance it might get played out when Polly headlines EQ Live at our intimate and special live showcase event at The Workshop, London on February 7th.