Stars will be releasing their new album No One Is Lost on 3 November, and by the sounds of the two songs they've released so far - the title track, which you can stream below, and 'From the Night' - it's going to be massive. The Toronto-based indie poppers know a thing or two about creating rhythms that'll get you out of your seat, and for No One Is Lost, it was influenced by the nightclub directly above their recording space as drummer Pat McGee explained - “The sub-bass throb coming from the club below our studio was undeniably and unavoidably influential. It motivated us to out-throb the throb.”

In a press release, Torquil Campbell explained the album's title. “This record’s called 'No One Is Lost' because that is a fucking lie,” he said. “We are all lost, we are all going to lose this game and, as you get older, you lose people more and more. I just wanted to close my eyes and jump and hope that was true. Life is loss, love is loss. And loving people is about accepting that you’re going to have to say goodbye to them. And that’s why it’s fucking brave. That’s STARS ethos: this life is very heartbreaking and sad… so let’s get completely fucking arseholed and listen to some Dionne Warwick.”

Listen to 'No One Is Lost' below.

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