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Ross Harris releases 'I'll Be Home For Christmas' live video



‘I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS’ LIVE VIDEO RELEASED WATCH HERE


Ross Harris has released a live video for his take on the festive classic ‘I’ll Be Home For Christmas’. Ross plays 808 drums, keys and sings in the video for his soulful RnB rendition of the track alongside bassist Diego Rodriguez (Michael Bublé, James Arthur, Dionne Warwick). The video, which premiered with CelebMix, follows the release of the studio version available to listen to here.


Regarding the song Ross says, “It’s hard to find modern sounding Christmas songs, something you can listen to whilst roasting chestnuts but also before going out for a few glasses of mulled wine. I wanted to mix that classic nostalgia we feel at this time of year with a more modern sound. The jazzy piano chords of the festive classic remain, but by adding bass guitar and 808 drums it gives it a cool and modern RnB edge.”


The cover follows the release of his brand new single ‘CRUEL’ last month, a vibrant pop song with a huge chorus alongside a slick dancefloor ready 808 beat.


Ross began releasing music in 2019 with his debut single ‘GOOSEBUMPS’, which was quick to prove a hit, racking up over a million streams and securing syncs on Love Island UK, Austria and Netherlands.


Ross swiftly followed with two further singles ‘Don’t Say It’s Over’ and ‘SAY IT BACK’, the latter featured in seven global Spotify New Music Friday playlists including the UK and US and again went on to achieve well over a million streams. The songs collectively formed his debut EP The DNA EP – Volume 1, which was released earlier this year.


In January 2021, Ross opened for Liam Payne’s live stream event, which continued to propel him to pop stardom.


Before releasing his own music, Ross was already ingrained within the pop world and toured the globe as a drummer for likes of Craig David, Busted, Sigala and Ella Henderson.


Ross Harris is rapidly proving himself a hot new name on the pop scene and has even more exciting announcements to come that are set to firmly cement his status in 2022.