Ruel has today (October 2) released ‘Say It Over’, the next track to be lifted from his forthcoming EP.
The track arrives with a retro-inspired visualiser. Watch it below:
Ruel first teased the song’s release on social media yesterday (October 1), sharing the single artwork, shot by Michelle Grace Hunder, on social media. Ruel also revealed that the track would feature Cautious Clay.
‘Say It Over’ is the second single from Ruel’s forthcoming EP ‘Bright Lights, Red Eyes’, due out Friday, October 23.
He announced details of the EP last month along with the release of its lead single, ‘As Long As You Care‘.
“I want to get across that this project is another step forward in maturity for me,” Ruel said of his forthcoming EP in a press release.
“This project was a stream of consciousness when I was writing it at the time, and I feel like that’s the way all projects and songs are for me. They are moments in time.
“This project isn’t who I am right now as I wrote these songs last year, but it’s the most mature you’ve ever heard me and it was me, in that moment in time.”
Prior to his work on the forthcoming EP, Ruel has kept busy throughout 2020. He teamed up with Cosmo’s Midnight for their single ‘Down For You‘, collaborated with UK singer GRACEY for her song ‘Empty Love‘ and also released a remix of his own track ‘Painkiller‘ with Denzel Curry.
Ruel has also been enlisted as a headliner for the forthcoming Factory Summer Festival concert series, as the country prepares for the return of music festivals. The event, which also touts acts like Vera Blue and The Presets, is set to hit Perth and Brisbane in December, while hitting Melbourne throughout March and April next year.