Rudimental are back with their new single ‘Come Over’ featuring Anne-Marie and Tion Wayne – a fresh, infectious summer bumper that forms their first new music since the release of ‘Easy On Me’ featuring The Martinez Brothers back in March.
Teaming up with Anne-Marie – for the first time since 2018’s ‘Let Me Live’ (w/ Major Lazer) – and breakout star Tion Wayne, ‘Come Over’ forms a natural extension of the music Rudimental have been putting out over the last 12 months.
Zeroing back in on the sounds, scenes, and London subcultures that helped shape the Rudimental sound – everything from drum & bass to rave to garage – collaborations with The Martinez Brothers, Preditah, and Faith Mussa have seen the band return to their roots in dance music. Elsewhere, the band also recently produced Nines’ ‘Airplane Mode’ feat. NSG – a nod to how versatile their production credentials remain.
‘Come Over’ itself fizzes with soulful, uplifting UK Garage energy and features a standout vocal from long-time Major Toms signee, Anne-Marie, fresh off the back of her anthemic comeback single ‘Birthday’ and latest single, ‘To Be Young’ featuring Doja Cat. Tion Wayne, fresh from scoring his first UK Top 10 single with ‘I Dunno’ feat. Dutchavelli and Stormzy, also provides a special verse of his own, further cementing his reputation as one of the UK’s leading and most versatile new-gen rap voices.