Juke Ross Takes Us Behind the Scenes of His Sold-Out Show in "Drifting Apart" Video [Premiere]
Last month, we told you Juke Ross needs to be on your radar. Well, we still stand by that statement. After wrapping up his recent North American tour in support of his stellar EP, Drifting Apart, Ross finds no need to slow down. The self-described med school dropout is now delivering a gorgeous artistic visual to his celebrated EP's title track.
Since he sold out his Toronto tour date, it only makes sense that the opening shot is The Velvet Underground's marquee decorated with the name Juke Ross. With scenes of Ross spontaneously meeting his fans in the chilly Canada weather and glimpses at the soundcheck before the packed show, the video leads to footage of Ross' breathtaking performance that brought out nothing but smiles in the captivated audience.
On "Drifting Apart," Ross exclusively shared with us,
"'Drifting Apart' is a song about me having to leave home for the first time and really not knowing how to. On one hand, I wanted to leave because of a burning desire for something more; to quench a fire inside of me. However, I was somehow still weary and fearful of that double edged sword, knowing I could get cut but somehow still moving in that direction. Although I drifted apart from my home, I never lost any affection for it. Through the process of leaving for New York, I was able to recognize what my home truly is and what it can mean. It also allowed me to learn more about myself and answer some of the questions I’ve battled with in finding my identity."
Ones To Watch has your first look at the "Drifting Apart" lyric video below: