“Thousand Faces” is out via Hexagon/Virgin Records: Stream
Dutch DJ/producer Don Diablo has shared a sincere new single, “Thousand Faces.” Led by a powerful performance by multi-platinum artist Andy Grammer, the track reminiscences on the pain of losing loved ones. Having lost parents over the last few years, the poignant song provided a strong connection for the two artists.
“Thousand Faces” also arrives with a touching music video showing Don Diablo spending time with his mother. Between scenes of Don playing to massive soldout crowds, he’s seen looking through old photo books, taking a stroll, and having a meal. Featuring clips he filmed as a teenager, the track is a touching ode to his mother and late father. Watch below.
Don explains: “Thousand Faces is definitely one of my most personal records that I have written so far. Almost seven years ago I lost the most important man in my life: my father. Since that day my vision on life has changed drastically, not long after that I started achieving all the things I dreamed of most of my life. His passing fueled me with so much passion and dedication.” Listen to the emotional track below.
Don Diablo’s new track follows his single “Bad” featuring Zak Abel, which has already accumulated over 20 million global streams. In addition to recently landing at #6 on the DJ Mag ‘Top 100’ list, the dance powerhouse has continued dropping fire remixes for high-profile musicians and popular collaborative singles with Emeli Sande and Gucci Mane, Jessie J and others. “Thousand Faces” follows Andy Grammer’s fourth full-length album Naive. The record includes the gold-certified single “Don’t Give Up On Me.” He also recently collaborated with Cash Cash and Elle King.