Jason Ross has made his mark as a diversified electronic music artist, producing tracks with Seven Lions such as “Higher Love” and “Ocean,” as well as collaborations with Above & Beyond on remixes and Illenium’s “Needed You.” As the producer continues to broaden his sound, he recently released his first track of the New Year, “1000 Faces,” on Ophelia Records.
The track is also the title name from his first full-length artist album, which will be released on January 24th, representing the flourishing young label’s first foray into full-length releases. Ross teamed up with his favorite singer, Dia Frampton on “1000 Faces,” who lends her vocals, making it a powerful future bass track. The partnership is emblematic of his new approach to producing and crossing genres.
“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,” said Jason. “The moment I heard this vocal, I was blown away and knew we had a big one on our hands.”
“1000 Faces” combines feelings of longing with energetic and euphoric drops. Stabbing arpeggios penetrate the soundscape, while the juxtaposition of emotion and heavy bass exemplify Jason’s command and vision for his new style. The track is the final single of his album campaign, which will also be followed with his North American “1000 Faces Tour,” kicking off in Toronto on February 14th.