Jax Jones Returns with New Single 'i miss u' with Au/Ra
9 Oct 2020
5 BILLION STREAMS, 2 BILLION VIDEO VIEWS AND 40 MILLION SINGLE SALES
3 x PLATINUM FOR ‘YOU DON’T KNOW ME’
Chart topping international DJ and multi-instrumentalist Jax Jones returns with his new single ‘i miss u’ featuring Au/Ra. ‘i miss u’ is the latest musical offering to come from BRIT and GRAMMY nominated artist and follows the success of his debut album ‘Snacks’ being named the best-selling dance album of last year. With 5 billion streams, 2 billion video views, 40 million single sales and 3 x platinum in Australia for his massive hit ‘You Don’t Know Me’, ‘i miss u’ marks the next phase of Jax’s ascent as he continues to create genre-defying dance music.
‘i miss u’ follows a succession of chart topping collaboration projects from Jax Jones, from the multiplatinum ‘You Don’t Know Me’ ft RAYE, ‘Harder’ ft Bebe Rexha, ‘Instruction’ ft Demi Lovato and Stefflon Don, ‘Ring Ring’ ft Mabel and ‘This Is Real’ ft Ella Henderson. Returning to his club and underground roots, ‘i miss u’ is an emotive Jax Jones dance track that comprises colder sounding beats when compared to his hugely popular dance pop tracks. Underpinned by a hair raising vocal from German singer-songwriter Au/Ra, best known for her 2018 breakout hit ‘Panic Room’, Jax’s latest collaboration makes nod to his beginnings with a harder bassline and club ready tone.
With authentic collaboration at the core of his music, Jax Jones has pioneered a shift in dance music enabling it to dominate mainstream chart playlists as well as having the ability to transcend the traditional realms of musical genres. ‘i miss u’ exemplifies his skill as a multifaceted artist proposition through his ability to make music that can resonate with the underground whilst simultaneously engineered for the commercial radio airwaves both in the UK and across the globe.
‘Pic ‘n’ mix production flavours and radio ready hits featuring international stars have made Jax Jones Britain’s premiere dance export’- Notion Magazine
‘Involved in a hero's share of Britain's best dance tracks in the past few years’- GQ