Listen: RÜFÜS - You Were Right

Listen: RÜFÜS - You Were Right

The Aussie trio return with a fantastic new single.

It’s been a while since we’ve last heard from the RÜFÜS boys, having disappeared after their headline show at our Wonderland Festival (and a couple of other dates over east), to head overseas and record the follow-up of their massive debut LP, Atlas. That album, and its leading single Take Me, has seen the rise of the trio to an international level, as well as launching the popularity of their label, Sweat It Out, who they signed with in late 2012. Now comes the next chapter in the RÜFÜS storybook, You Were Right, the first single from their long-awaited second title, set to drop some time this year.

Influenced by the blend of the Berlin cold (where they recorded the bulk of this new album) and the Sydney summer heat, You Were Right is everything that we love from the group, blended together for an absolute ripper of a tune. Front man Tyrone Lindqvist absolutely kills it, with his blissed-out vocals dominating over a tropical-infused house beat packed full of synth and drum work. It’s the return we’ve all been waiting for and it definitely seems to be a winner with the public (soundcloud comments include “Well shit on my head, this is genius” and “kill me softly I’m in love”). The follow up to Atlas is currently untitled, with “110 little ideas” floating around concerning the long-awaited release, but in the meantime, you can stream You Were Right below and stay tuned for more details to come out soon (hopefully).

Follow RÜFÜS: FACEBOOK / SOUNDCLOUD

KLP and Dena Amy interview each other to celebrate KLP's debut album, Giver

The interview-on-interview comes following the release of KLP's debut album, which features long-time friend Dena Amy.

2 years ago

Alta's Guide To The Melbourne Beats Scene

Alta share a new single along with some of their favourite hometown homies.

6 years ago

Sampha covering Solange's Cranes In The Sky is one of 2017's most beautiful moments

The cover - recorded at this year's Glastonbury Festival - sees Sampha and his trusty piano take on the A Seat At The Table stand-out.

4 years ago

Eliott takes us behind the scenes of her choir-featuring Photographs clip

Filmed with Melbourne’s Polyphonic Voices Chamber Choir, it comes ahead of an EP tour in December.

3 years ago

Close
-->