2016-08-29T16:37:11-04:00 2016-08-29T16:37:11-04:00

Annie Mac reveals Rudimental is behind "Healing"

It's no secret that Rudimental has a big range in their style. The UK quartet has totally owned - and for that matter, made each sound their own - in everything from drum and bass crossover on "Feel the Love," and "Love Ain't Just A Word," reggae on their 2015 album release's title track "We The Generation," and groovy pop on "Lay It All On Me." And today, they've revealed their latest work - and it has a totally new feel.

Rudimental's work has been so catchy, it's been ripe for remixing in all sorts of ways. But on "Healing," the guys have ventured into house on their own. Of course it's not a run of the mill take on house's current trend, it's a genre bending and blending track with an impactful guest vocalist in J Angel. While "Healing" was shrouded in whitelabel mystery, BBC Radio 1 host and tastemaker Annie Mac revealed that indeed it had been Rudimental behind "Healing." 

"Healing" has all the marks of a Rudimental hit, with soul, passion and undeniably uplifting energy driving the song home. 

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