At the top of the month, platinum-selling group Rudimental re-emerged with a new single, "Sun Comes Up"—which was an early taster of the collective's long-awaited third album. Fusing together a mixture of sounds, uplifting and defiant in equal measure, the song, which features pop singer James Arthur, showcased some really exciting growth.
Today, Rudimental have taken it a step further with a surprise remix: producer Steel Banglez and rapper Mist transform the song into a club-ready rap number, perfect for summer days. Steel Banglez inserts synthesized drums and a dreamy melody—complete with his signature vocal-sample wails—and "Sun Comes Up" now holds a bouncy, and rhythmic edge. "I love what Banglez did with the beat, and just the whole vibe of the record," Mist tells Complex. "James smashed it with the vocals, too, and the tune gives off a sick energy."
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