Today (10.1), multi-hyphenate Jacob Sartorius releases his Lost But Found EP. This five-track EP is Sartorius’ most vulnerable project to date, and reveals a new chapter in Sartorius’ life in the digital spotlight. From catchy alt-rock beats to powerful pop-punk ballads, he brings an unflinching honesty about the ups-and-downs of his rise to fame: the chaos, the disconnect, the anxiety and all that comes in-between. Arriving just in time for his 19th birthday (10.2), this project is Jacob’s heartfelt gift to his fans who’ve supported him since day one.
Jacob was the true creative force behind every aspect of the EP. He co-wrote on each track, he conceptualized and co-directed each of the single’s music videos, hand-selected every collaborator and more. Plus, he enlisted some of pop’s hottest producers and songwriters to be part of this EP, including Grammy-nominated multi-platinum songwriting and music production trio The Invisible Men (Lil Peep, XXXTentacion, Iggy Azalea, Miley Cyrus), Grammy-nominated produced Sam Ricci (SZA, Kendrick Lamar, Khalid), Jake Crocker (dempsey hope), Tony Rodini (Mod Sun, Bear), Gehring Miller(Cardi B, Normani, Kehlani) and more.
From painting a vivid picture of anxiety on “Trapped In a Car” to reflecting on a lost love on “Fly Away,” Jacob holds nothing back across the 5-track collection, unlocking the most vulnerable parts of himself to create his most authentic music to date. Jacob had previously previewed the first two tracks, The Truman Show-inspired “For Real” -- which debuted on MTV’s Times Square billboard -- and “Hey, Hello, Goodbye” featuring emerging pop-star dempsey hope.
Listen to Lost But Found here