There is something about "Lost in Nostalgia" which feels strangely unreal. And I believe this is partly because of Angela's infectious and dreamy vocals which has the potential to shift you into a different space.
As soon as we're introduced to the chorus, a moment of etherealness lapses over time. We're not just "Lost in Nostalgia", the vocal harmonies make it so easy become lost in her musical prowess. The instrumental molds elements of Disco, R&B and Pop to create a sentimental yet dance-friendly listening experience. Fans of Alina Baraz and Jorja Smith would definitely be moved by "Lost In Nostalgia"