Rudimental release new single 'Sun Comes Up' featuring James Arthur

Global, platinum-selling collective, Rudimental, have returned with their brand new single ‘Sun Comes Up’ feat. James Arthur.

About the new single, Rudimental say “We're so excited to announce our new single ‘Sun Comes Up’, a song we wrote about overcoming adversity. We spent a long time looking for the right singer for it, and were close to giving up until we met James Arthur, he sang it and we were blown away. We aren't afraid of taking new directions, and our new material has stepped up to another level. We've travelled the world far and wide and finally we feel like we've returned home on this album. We can't wait for everyone to hear it!”

Taken from the bands forthcoming third album, which is currently in the works, the release marks the first musical output from the multi-award winning group in 18 months. The track will be released via Atlantic Records and Major Toms. Major Toms being the bands own subsidiary label to which they signed and developed platinum-selling artist, Anne-Marie. ‘Sun Comes Up’ is a touching glimpse into how they’ve grown, both as individuals and as a band, and the various struggles they have been through to overcome adversity to get where they are today.

The genre-defying, BRIT-Award winning band released their debut album Home in 2013 and has since sold over 1 million units worldwide, also earning them a Mercury Prize nomination. Subsequently, they released their second studio album We The Generation in the autumn of 2015 which featured their global smash ‘Lay It All On Me’ which featured Ed Sheeran and sold over 1.7 million copies globally. The album married an array of genres including soul, funk, hip hop, drum and bass and even featured the last vocal recordings from the late Bobby Womack on the track ‘New Day’.