Written by Dorica Santos
English band, Rudimental have teamed up with James Arthur to create a not-so-typical break up song. Sun Comes Up is the first track taken off Rudimental’s forthcoming album and marks the first song they have released in nearly two years – madness.
Despite James Arthur singing about the difficulties faced in a heart break, he doesn’t fail to turn that negativity into positivity as seen with lyrics like, “When the sun comes up/I can feel my love comin’ back again.” Likewise, the up-beat and radiant track juxtaposes the unfortunate events, and encourages one to let loose to have a good time. The track starts with a simple guitar riff, which builds up to the chorus and is complete with melodic steel pans and a thumping bass.
It is the perfect track for summer, especially with all the festivals and BBQs that will take place (don’t be afraid to invite F21 by the way). After hearing the track it made me feel some type of way, so here is some wisdom from me to you: when the sun comes up forget the past as it is a new day, giving you a new chance live a good life.
Good vibes only guys, good vibes. Listen to the track below.