venbee & Rudimental Premiere New Song “Die Young” on BBC Radio 1
Kent-based singer-songwriter venbee teamed up with London-based electro-pop band Rudimental to premiere a new song “Die Young” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
The track was written by Erin Doyle, Leon Rolle, Kesi Dryden, Piers Aggett, Richard Boardman, and Nicholas James Gale.
Produced by Digital Farm Animals, Conor Bellis, and George Conway.
venbee told Clara Amfo about the song, “It's about a conversation with my granny that I had. I was going through a difficult time. and at the time and I was raised in a religious background, and my mom was very faithful. But forgot that time, she's stuck by my side, and it is for me, it's a memory of that difficult time that me and my family and anyone else has been through something like that can be like child it through.
I think faith is hope and a sightness incredibly important to people and that was like, that was incredibly important to my mom. It is a wonderful thing.”
- Rudimental continued, “It comes to songwriting, she's up there with the best people that we've worked with to have the opportunity to work with her. Get in her and do the track together it's an amazing. I really loved the way she described her feeling or emotion and she can almost like, take you back to a moment that I can kind of relate to and all that even I've been through, you nurses, like I'm really respect about us the way she reads her words. And she the vibe, you're a vibe. And it's the meaning behind this behind our songs have such real meanings. It is amazing to tap into that.”
venbee added, “I'd written so had not before I come out of the session I was I really liked this song, and I was speaking to my team and we came to the conclusion that the right fit and you smashed it. But before I ever got into this whole industry thing I was like, I'm a work with Rudimental.”
Rudimental said, “We've always worked with talented artists and always love to work with new talent, emerging talent. And this song was a special one for the festivals, you know, and it had been a big song for us this year.”
- source : BBC Radio 1