Published Jul 24, 2019Set to follow up last year's Family Portrait album, Ross From Friends has now named a forthcoming EP after his sister.
Titled Epiphany, the latest from the U.K. producer born Felix Clary Weatherall arrives August 16 through Brainfeeder.
Of the EP's namesake, Weatherall calls his sibling "one of the most important role models I have." The effort's artwork, seen above, comes courtesy of pro skateboarder, entrepreneur and artist Chad Muska.
Featuring three new tracks and a pair of edits, the effort was recorded after a move to a new studio ("I finally got a place with a window"), in which he was "getting into a lot of woodwork, DIY and making a lot of the furniture."
"I constantly wanted to take a step back and think about the structures in a more conventional sense," Weatherall explained in a statement. "I spent a lot of time making it sound like it could be played in a club, particularly with 'Phantom Ratio' — I wanted to challenge myself to make a weird club track with that one."
The first track from the effort arrives today with "The Revolution." You can hear both an edit and the full-length track in the players below.
Epiphany is now available for pre-order.
2. The Revolution
3. Phantom Ratio
4. Epiphany (Edit)
5. The Revolution (Edit)