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  • Rag'n'Bone Man Premieres New Song “What Do You Believe In?” on BBC Radio 1

  • British singer-songwriter Rag'n'Bone Man premiered a new song “What Do You Believe In?” on BBC Radio 1's New Music Show with Jack Saunders.

    The song is the follows-up to the collaborative song "Lovers in a Past Life" with Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, which was released back in February.
    The track was written by Coleridge Tillman, Rory Graham, Serban Cazan, and Warren Okay Felder. Produced by Oak.

    Rag'n'Bone Man said of the song, “I wrote this after losing someone close. Now, having to explain something like that to your child is a bit weird. I've never been involved with religion, but the question you get asked is: where do people go? And that's what the song is about. It doesn't really matter what people believe in, you can believe that they've gone to a better place.”
  • Rag'n'Bone Man told Jack Saunders about the song, “It started off as like, class sad subject. I wrote this at the time where my mom was losing her life. I'm not bringing it down because this song is about hope. And it came from that but I was trying to put a positive spin on it. I was trying to figure out how to tell my kids about it. And you say that people go to heaven, right? And that's a kind of way of sugarcoating something for somebody. But I remember thinking if I say that I'm kind of lying because I don't believe that. But at the same time, it doesn't really matter. Like I'm just, I was just trying to put across their life. As long as our common thing is love that it doesn't matter.”

    He added, “I think it just really helped me. It was properly for five I felt. I come out of the other side of writing this song like, I genuinely feel better about this whole situation.”

  • He said of the songwriting process, “When I first started making this record, I started off with two tracks. And those two tracks, both had that feeling of like when I was 16 and I walked out the house on a sunny day with my headphones on listening to like fireside. And that's how I wanted the record to feel. And it kind of bleeds through the rest of the record is kind of yellow in color. And it feels sunny and it feels hopeful. I don't want to sound cheesy but like, and that was on purpose. I wrote this record like that on purpose because that's the way I wanted it to make me feel and hopefully make other people feel.”
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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