Jack Eye Jones is undoubtedly one of the biggest household names within the entire dance music scene. The Scottish producer is no stranger in delivering some top-notch releases such as “Everywhere” and “Story”. Even with a busy schedule in the studio, Jack Eye Jones has also kept himself preoccupied performing around the world, most notably, at this year’s Creamfields Festival.
Another feat of Jones’s is the successful launch of his own imprint called IBZ Records. The label has shed a spotlight to some of the industry’s brightest up-and-coming talents and its latest release is no different. For IBZ Records’ newest track, Jack Eye Jones collaborated with fellow Scotsman Fubu, who has been making a lot of noise with his recent bootlegs of original productions from the likes of Avicii and Red Carpet.
Fubu also garnered much attention for his bootleg of Nalin & Kane’s 1997 hit “Beachball”, which truly led his name to surface toward greater prominence. After accumulating heavy momentum, Fubu has now returned with a brilliant tune alongside Jack Eye Jones titled “Higher”, which features the striking vocals of singer Tara Louise.
The track builds up majestically with a flawless combination of Louise’s vocals and some awe-inspiring melodies. A series of synths and chords soon enter, which transitions into the astounding climatic sequence that would certainly bring out the goosebumps. Altogether, “Higher” is the complete package of rejuvenating progressive house elements that take us through an emotional roller coaster ride and bring out the feel-good vibes perfect for any dance event.
Take a listen to the track below and show your support by downloading the track on Beatport here.