Rüfüs Du Sol give upcoming track teaser prior to album release

Creators of some of the finest tracks of recent years, Australian trio Rüfüs Du Sol are truly back. Following a quiet two years, the Aussie’s return to the scene with ‘No Place‘, and blissful release that reignited the love for their music. Whilst their relative silence from 2016-2018 in terms of releases left them out of the picture somewhat, their loyal and anticipatory fanbase remained ready for whatever would follow the huge success of RÜFÜS’ ‘Bloom‘ album. Probably the most well known track in the present year from that release is ‘Innerbloom‘, due to the heavy support provided by Swedish House Mafia member and all round music connoisseur Steve Angello, whose mashup with his release ‘Payback‘ is often touted as one of the finest recent mashups as a result of its euphoric and emotional impact. Now, the Aussie trio are back with a teaser, showing what appears to be a new track set to feature on their upcoming album.

With the album set to come within the remainder of 2018, coupled with an album tour featured above, RÜFÜS fans are awaiting any signs of new music prior to then. Hence, the release of this new teaser clip has created plenty of excitement. Though the clip only lasts 25 seconds and in that entity doesn’t offer awfully much, it does display clearly what the track will contain. The melodic feel coupled with RÜFÜS’ signature downtempo vibe is what has provided some of the most mesmerising releases over their 8 year stint, which is set to progress even further with the new album.

The release is this Friday, and 2018 looks set to be an upward spiral for the Aussie’s, as new music, an album, and some live shows tops things off just right. Check out the teaser for Friday’s brand new RÜFÜS DU SOL track, and get ready for some melodic house to drop very soon.

Lewis is a 21 year old UK-based writer and editor, bringing interviews with Carl Cox, CamelPhat, and more to We Rave You in his 2+ years with the team. His musical preferences cover most genres, with a deeper love for progressive and trance.

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