The one where Ross From Friends readies Epiphany 12-inch, shares entrancing new track “Revolution”

The one where Ross From Friends readies Epiphany 12-inch, shares entrancing new track "Revolution"
Photo: Fabrice Bourgelle

Eclectic house music producer Ross From Friends — real name Felix Clary Weatherall — has announced a new 12-inch EP and shared one of its three bouncy electronic tracks. Epiphany, Weatherall’s first physical release since his 2018 debut full-length album, is coming out on August 16 via Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder label.

If its predecessor Family Portrait was dedicated to the producer’s parents, Epiphany celebrates the EP’s namesake: Weatherall’s sister, and one of his biggest role models in life.

The EP’s three tracks, including soulful, hypnotizing “The Revolution”— which dropped yesterday — were also inspired by classic late-nineties science-fiction films The Thirteenth Floor, The Matrix, and Fifth Element. What sparked Weatherall’s interest was the movies’ portrayal of a “desolate physical and social landscape becoming a utopia from a communal epiphany - or revolution.”

Epiphany’s artwork was created by pro-skateboarding legend, artist, and entrepreneur Chad Muska. Pre-order the EP here, listen to “The Revolution” below, and check out Ross From Friends’ North-American tour dates after artwork and tracklisting.

Artwork: Chad Muska

Epiphany EP tracklisting:

01. Epiphany
02. The Revolution
03. Phantom Ratio
04. Epiphany (Edit)
05. The Revolution (Edit)

Ross From Friends tour dates:

9.19.19 - Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
9.20.19 - Chicago, IL - Bottom Lounge
9.21.19 - Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere
9.24.19 - Austin, TX - Empire Control Room
9.25.19 - Portland, OR - Doug Fir
9.26.19 - Seattle, WA - Neumos
9.27.19 - San Francisco, CA - 1015 Folsom
9.28.19 - San Diego, CA - CRSSD

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