rudimental sun comes up ft james arthur lyrics review

Rudimental Releases “Sun Comes Up” Featuring James Arthur (Review)

The London-based electronic bunch Rudimental has come up with a brand new after quite some time and this could be an interesting work. New single “Sun Comes Up” features vocals by James Arthur and somehow it’s a perfect match for this Dance track. However, as of now, there is no info as to whether this track is part of an album work.

In the song, the singer compares blossoming love to the warmth of the rising Sun. The darkness goes away and the night’s coldness vanishes at dawn. So is the case when you find someone to love-all your doubts run away and your heart fills with warm blood. Also, the sunrise symbolizes hope and new beginnings, which is the same case when it comes to new found love. In a way, it is a perfect metaphor.

Listen to “Sun Comes Up” by Rudimental

Buy “Sun Comes Up” Single on iTunes and Amazon

The entire song runs within the theme of that warm feeling and hope arising with blossoming love.

It wasn’t easy tryin’ to run with these handcuffs
I had to sleep through such a cold, cold, cold night to see it
Green flashes hit me right where I’m standing
Sunlight cut into your bones, bones, bones, started to heal it

Sun is the giver of all life and sustenance of life, so in this case, this new love has brought this man from his own graves, which is quite beautiful.

We think Rudimental may have themselves a chart topping hit with some amazing vocals by James Arthur as well. What is your take on this new song and what are your opinions on the lyrics? Comment below.

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