#1
So basically, my band asked me to do falsetto back-up vocals, as I could do them comparable to Claudio Sanchez a few months ago. I haven't done them for a few months majorly, and when I tried them today, I could get somewhat high, but not back to my original pitch. Any tips on how to get this higher pitch? I went through puberty before starting to do falsetto vocals, so its not that if you're wondering.

Any help is really apprectiated!
#3
try to learn how to sing Passion Pit and Bon Iver songs. If that doesn't do it, then i dont know what will.
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#4
Start singing Mariah Carey, one of the higher female singers out there. The only reason you lost it was lack of use. It's like not playing guitar for a few months: You get back to it and realize you're not as good. It comes back quickly, though. Just practice.