reveal the Official Video to their single

“Sun Comes Up”

featuring JAMES ARTHUR






Global, platinum-selling collective, Rudimental, have today unveiled the striking video to accompany their hit single Sun Comes Up feat. James Arthur. Directed by Amos LeBlanc, the video was recently shot in South Africa amongst a plethora of stunningly beautiful vast sands, married with the backdrop of a gorgeous sunset.  Sun Comes Up is available digitally now.

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 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.

To date, the genre-defying, BRIT-Award winning band has sold over 1.2 million singles in Australia. They released their ARIA platinum selling debut album Home to critical acclaim in 2013, earning them at Mercury Prize nomination in the UK. Subsequently, they released their studio album We The Generation in 2015, featuring the global smash Lay It On Me which featured Ed Sheeran, earning the group their first US chart position and double platinum sales in Australia, New Zealand, Sweden and Italy, platinum status in the UK, Canada and Denmark, and Gold across the US, Germany, Spain, Finland and Norway.







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