Synth Single Review: "A Love Lost in Space" by Aeronexus and Millennium Falck
Aeronexus’ latest single, A Love Lost In Space, features the vocal talents of Millennium Falck. It’s a resonant, melancholic song about lost love full of warm synths, solid percussion and the signature sound of Aeronexus’ lead synth soloing.
Synth Single Review: "A Love Lost in Space"
The song opens on deeply resonant chimes that play a simple series of echoing notes. The strong vocal melody is carried by Millennium Falck and rich harmonies move into the track. There’s a thump of deep percussion and synths that shine and sparkle behind the full vocals. The drums propel the track forward as they sail out over a tapestry of lush, warm sound. Aeronexus’ solo lead synth cascades and flickers through the track and gentle vocal harmonies end the track.
The melancholy of the vocal melody is matched by the lyrics of the song. There’s a real ache in the line, “But then you came, I saw the light/You took my heart without a fight/Take me back, let me hear your voice.” There is a plaintive quality that made my heart ache a little.
The sense of loss continues in the words, “a rush of blood running through my head/Too many times when I should’ve stayed” and the refrain again asks to be taken back, to be allowed to hear that longed for voice once more.
There is a moving, touching quality about A Love Lost In Space. The combination of that wistful vocal melody, the full musical background and Aeronexus’ singing lead synth solo reinforces the emotional strength of the song.