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PREMIERE: RUELLE – “IN IT” 

The Nashville-based artist unveils her latest effort, hacked from her forthcoming EP.

Photography by Le Fawnhawk

Photography by Le Fawnhawk

How well do we really know the people around us? According to Ruelle, if she “had a pound for every time [she] said hi but all [she] wanted was to run away”, she would “break the bank”. Diving into this all-too-common distance between people and genuine connections, the Nashville-based pop artist employs honey-suckled vocals and an ear-worming melody to “In It” — a song that encourages us to banish the swipe culture we are accustomed to and to truly be present within our friendships, relationships and romances.

On the making of the track, Ruelle explains “I remember talking to my friends and co-writers the day we wrote this song about how I was so tired of shallow, fake relationships. So many of us are so numb from social media. We feel like we know people, but we rarely take the time to go beneath the surface anymore— to do the real work. This song is about committing to do the work in relationships, whether it be friendships, marriages, etc. It’s about being ‘In It’ for good, whatever that looks like. I’m a loyalist, so this song speaks directly to my personality. It resonates pretty deeply with me. Sonically, it’s also more upbeat and energetic than a lot of songs I’ve written in the past, so I’m really excited to share that part of me with my fans.”

Cut from her forthcoming EP, “In It” provides a soul-baring glimpse into the artist’s personable soundscape — where all are welcome to reflect, vibe and prosper. With five brand new tracks just on the precipice, we wait with much anticipation to watch Ruelle begin her ascendency within the world of pop. To stream the track now, head below…

Photography by Hannah Burton

Photography by Hannah Burton
PREMIERE: RUELLE – “IN IT” 

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