Rudimental & Skream Premiere New Song “So Sorry” on BBC Radio 1
- London-based electro-pop band Rudimental teamed up with British DJ Skream to release a new song “So Sorry”.
The song received its first play during BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Annie Mac.
The track follows up “Straight from the Heart” and will appear on their upcoming fourth studio album “Ground Control”, which is set to be released on September 3, 2021.
Anne-Marie joined in the track, but is no-credit.
The accompanying music video was directed by Iain Simpson.
Rudimental said, “We've had so much love for the 'So Sorry' video, thank you ❤️ Big shout out to director Iain Simpson.”
The new album is split into two sides to reflect the diversity of their music, with a total of 16 tracks. Side A will collect the album's more soulful tracks, while Side B will contain the more club-ready tunes, with everything from anthemic drum & bass, smooth UK garage and festival-worthy club anthems represented.
The album features guest appearances from Anne-Marie, Tion Wayne, Karen Lomax, Nørskov, Josh Barry, James Vincent McMorrow, MORGAN, Digga D, TIKE, Ella Henderson, Skream, Maverick Sabre, Kojey Radical, Keeya Keys, The Game, D Double E, Backroad Gee, Afronaut Zu, RV, Lowkey, 2fox, Hamzaa and House Gospel Choir.
- source : BBC Radio 1