The Grammy nominated, UK singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Elderbrook has teamed up with the platinum-selling UK electronic collective Rudimental to deliver their highly anticipated collaboration in the shape of ‘Something About You’. This long-awaited, feel-good summer anthem comes alongside an awe-inspiring visual directed by Luke Davies, which you can take a look at HERE. Starring Michael Socha from HBO’s Chernobyl as the video’s lead actor, the visual focuses on the importance of young men’s mental health. Centring upon an all-male group therapy session, the visual fights against notions of traditional masculinity, showing the beauty that can come from expressing vulnerability and showing emotion. This amazing video explores the importance of breaking down barriers and coming together, and connecting on a much higher, human level.
“The video shows that so many of us struggle in so many different ways, and how important it is to be able to talk and work through those struggles together,” Elderbrook announces.
Striking gold in 2017 with the release of his smash hit “Cola” in collaboration with CamelPhat, this new track is an infectious, up-tempo offering, continuing Elderbrook’s run of working with top-tier global talent as he begins to tease music from his much-anticipated upcoming body of work. Supporting Bonobo, Jungle and Friendly Fires, Elderbrook is cementing his position as one of the most exciting live acts of 2019. Combining both Elderbrook and Rudimental’s large and lasting musical influence, it comes as no surprise that their collaborative efforts have made a hit record.
“We have been big fans of Elderbrook’s vocals and production over the past few years so it’s amazing to finally come together on this track,” the Rudimental men agree.
Beginning at Earth in Hackney, London, October will see Elderbrook kick off his high octane, high energy live shows, with a flurry of dates across Europe and North America. The Elderbrook live experience promises to be bigger and better than ever before.