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Rudimental Unveil New Track Sun Comes Up Featuring James Arthur

Friday, 30 June 2017 Written by Jennifer Geddes

Rudimental have unveiled their latest track, Sun Comes Up, which features James Arthur. 

It's the first new material from the collective since 'We The Generation' was released in 2015, and is expected to feature on their third album, which is yet to be announced. 

The group said of the song:

“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!”





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