Jason Ross finally announced his album’s release date and the added bonus of knowing that the title track, ‘1000 Faces‘, will be out on Friday. He said we can expect the full album January 24th on Seven Lions‘ Ophelia Records imprint.
Reverting to the release of the title track, ‘1000 Faces’ is a collaboration with a familiar name: Dia Frampton. Earlier in 2012, she featured on another of Ross’ tracks, ‘Don’t Give Up On Me‘. If that’s allowing any hints to filter through in terms of quality, then we’re likely anticipating a favorable song.
The next single from my ‘1000 Faces’ album is out this Friday! Loved collaborating with @DiaFramps on this one. Can’t wait for you guys to hear it before the album is out on January 24 🙂— Jason Ross (@JasonRossOfc) January 6, 2020
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So far, we received a few songs from the album, and the title track will mark the fourth. In tandem, it so happens to be the first Ophelia Records release of 2020. Before 2019 ended, Ross put out ‘When The Night Falls‘ with Fiora, his collaboration with Dabin and Dylan Matthew, ‘One That Got Away‘, and ‘Known You Before‘ with Seven Lions and Emilie Brandt. Now, we’re awaiting his upcoming ‘Better Than Heaven‘ collaborative track with SLANDER. It’s not even a week into the new year and it’s already shaping to be a huge one for the artist.
In support of this album, Jason Ross will embark on the ‘1000 Faces’ tour, which kicks off February 14th. You can find what cities he will be performing at as well as purchase tickets on his website here.