Listen to eSQUIRE’s Deeper Remix of Rudimental’s ‘Rumour Mill’ [PREMIERE]
Just a couple months after the drum and bass-heavy band Rudimental dropped "Rumour Mill"—and a corresponding black-and-white video—house producer eSQUIRE has taken the already club-groomed song a step further onto the dance floor with a deeper remix. It's bold. It's aggressive. It'll conceivably propel you into Taylor Swift's Mom-Croon territory.
"Bad things be spreading round / No, no, let it go, just turn it down / Won't be a fool, won't be a clown / Can't tell me, won't tell me nothin' anyhow," Anne-Marie and Will Heard, who are featured on the track, sing to each other.
Rudimental's second studio album, We the Generation, is set for a September 18 release. It also includes singles "Bloodstream"—which features Ed Sheeran, and is a remake of the X singer's existing song—and "Never Let You Go."
Listen to the "Rumour Mill" remix above, compare it against the original track, which is featured below, and tell us what you think! Catch Rudimental live at one of these tour dates:
Sep. 29—New York, NY @ Webster Hall
Sep. 30—Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw
Oct. 3—Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall
Oct. 6—Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre
Oct. 7—Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco
Oct. 8—San Francisco, CA @ Mezzanine
Oct. 9—San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
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