New Year is off to an amazing start with Jason Ross’ first release. His track, titled “1000 Faces” is a joint effort with him and one of his favorite collaborators, Dia Frampton. This will be the title track of his first full-length artist album. On January 24, this LP will be released on Ophelia Records. Indeed, this is a move by the flourishing young label’s first foray into full-length releases.
Jason’s partnership, forged with Dia, signifies his new approach to producing and crossing genres. Throughout the past recent years, he has established new relationships with writers, singers and producers. Following this, however, it’s clear that his collaborations with Frampton have proven to be particularly fruitful.
“Dia has been one of my favorite people in this industry since the first time we talked, right after I remixed her track with Illenium,” described Jason. “The moment I heard this vocal, I was blown away and knew we had a big one on our hands.”
Ross and Frampton’s combined forces results in a powerful, yet idyllic future bass track. The track has lyrics that tug on your heartstrings, like “found you, in my shadow,” and “in my shadow, now I let go.” Subsequently, the song’s energetic and euphoric buildups and drops blend perfectly with Frampton’s dreamy vocals. Frampton’s vocals are almost ethereal, while combined overall with Jason’s talents. With productions like this especially, it’s no wonder that Seven Lions has long-identified Jason as a leading artist for his label.
His debut album and tour
“1000 Faces” is the final single of his album campaign, following up on “When The Night Falls (featuring Fiora), “One That Got Away” (a collaboration with Dabin and Dylan Matthew), and “Known You Before” (created with Seven Lions and Emilie Brandt). Finally, “1000 Faces,” the album’s release will be on January 24, with North American tour dates beginning February 14th.
Jason Ross’ “1000 Faces” tour tickets are on sale now HERE. Additional Dates will follow on January 14 this year.
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