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Josh Ross announces 'Complicated' EP out March 29th





Previews Upcoming Project with New Track 'Matching Tattoos' Out Now

Breakout country singer / songwriter Josh Ross has announced the release of his anticipated EP, Complicated, arriving March 29th.  

Produced by frequent collaborator Matt Geroux ('Trouble', 'Red Flags', 'On A Different Night'), Complicated is an eight-song collection representing the last couple of years of Ross’ life, showcasing a next generation talent who pairs heart-on-sleeve storytelling with a modern country-rock edge. 

Reflecting on the project, Ross shares, “Finally! I'm stoked to announce a body of work that showcases lyrically who I am as a person, and me sonically as a creative. Like a lot of country fans, I listen to all types of music. I am drawn to different sounds and production values, depending on what the emotion of the song calls for, and I think that comes across on this EP. Complicated represents who I’m becoming as an artist, and I’m excited for y’all to hear it.” 


The EP is preceded with the release of his revealing piano ballad, 'Matching Tattoos' , out now. Laced with real-life detail, Ross co-wrote the track with Joe Fox, Mason Thornley and Brad Rempel. 'Matching Tattoos' follows his recent two-song pack, 'Single Again' and 'Truck Girl'. 





Ross’ lyricism delivers an emotional honesty as he sings, “I wonder where you are now / Sometimes I still think of how / We said something bout forever / but what’s that mean at 22? / Cause all that lasted are some matching tattoos.” 


Of the track, Ross shares, “‘Matching Tattoos’ is very personal to me, it comes from a real experience I went through a few years ago. I wrote this song on the Nickelback tour this past year and I hope y’all can connect to the emotion here as much as I do.”


Complicated marks the beginning of what is set to be a banner year for Ross, who has been named an artist to watch by Spotify, Amazon Music, Pandora, MusicRow and more. He is currently on his sold-out headlining ‘The Trouble Tour’ across Canada, and supporting on Bailey Zimmerman’s ‘Religiously. The Tour’. He will take the stage at high-profile US festivals, including Stagecoach and Country Thunder, and was recently tapped to join Luke Bryan’s ‘Mind Of A Country Boy Tour’ for select dates this summer. For tickets and tour dates, visit


With more than 307 Million global streams, Ross continues to carve out his place in country music. 2023 was marked by “Trouble” hitting No. 1 on Canadian country radio, while achieving Platinum certification, and this led to his ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year’ win at the Canadian Country Music Awards.  For the latest information and to learn how to join his fan club, The Roster, for first access to merch drops, new music and exclusive content, visit


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