Logic1000 Premieres New Song “promises” featuring Rochelle Jordan on BBC Radio 1
Berlin-based Australian DJ Logic1000, formerly known as DJ Logic. premiered a new song “promises” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
This time, she teamed up with Toronto-based Jamaican-British singer-songwriter Rochelle Jordan on the track.
The song is the fourth single off of her upcoming debut album “Mother”, which is set to be released on March 22, 2024.
The track was written by Rochelle Fearon, Samantha Poulter, and Thomas McAllister.
Produced by Samantha Poulter and Thomas McAllister. The accompanying music video was directed by Ed Croucher .
Logic1000 said of the song, “I first found out about Rochelle Jordan after coming across her track 'DANCING ELEPHANTS,' which I adore and played out a bunch over the last two years. Hearing that she was interested in working on this song with us was a bit of a pinch myself moment. I vividly remember hearing the recording she sent over for the first time - our jaws were on the floor. I feel like ‘Promises' is ‘classic' Logic1000, a tender piece of house music that still works in a club setting. We are so deeply proud of this song.”
- Rochelle Jordan said, “This track is such a beautiful feeling. I actually had these lyrics for a little while before I heard the Logic1000 beat. They instantly became reimagined and melted so beautifully onto the track.”
The debut album comprises a 12-track, featuring guest appearances from Rochelle Jordan, Kayla Blackmon, DJ Plead and MJ Nebrada.
Logic1000 said of the album, “I felt so much love and inspiration entering into motherhood that I just needed to create. I never thought I would be capable of something so powerful.”
She continued, “The very first show I ever played was very lowkey, to like five people, but then all of a sudden I was DJing in front of thousands", she adds. "It was just too much for me. I should have taken more time out after having Genie, and got really confident with my DJing, rather than travelling the world with a three-month-old.”
- source : BBC Radio 1