The singer has experienced her fair share of pain yet instead of drowning her sorrows, bares her soul and pours her energy into her music. She picks up the pieces of her past with vigour and all six tracks reflect the good, the bad and everything in between. The balance of delicate, lofty notes followed by powerful, husky tones portray a brave battle with what life has thrown at her. Everyone can identify with at least one if not all of the songs in some way or another and you can’t help but admire Dillan’s honesty and vulnerability. This is a well-structured EP with lyrics, vocals and music fusing together with ease and an artist who is true to themselves. With a combination like this, it certainly looks as though Jase Dillan is on the brink of a successful musical career. Jase will be back in the studio this coming March to record her 2nd Album.
'Venom' and her brand new track 'Predator/Prey' have been added to the Jamsterdam rotation. Jase can be heard during The New Music Show. 'Predator/Prey' debuted on the Jamsterdam Top 10 at #8 on October 11th, 2015.