A print posted by rudimentaluk (@rudimentaluk) on Sep 22, 2015 during 6:57am PDT
There’s good news and bad news when it comes to Ed Sheeran and Rudimental‘s new collabo “Lay It All On Me.” After lending vocals to tunes for The Weeknd and Macklemore Ryan Lewis, Ed certified that this will be final we hear from him until he drops manuscript series three. Thankfully, the spankin’ new feel-good loving anthem is one heck of a song.
“Lay It All On Me” fits a EDM-light difficulty as Ed Sheeran’s sing-a-long vocals span perfectly over a easy listening beat, pleasantness of a British drum and drum band. The song, that will give we all a feel-good vibes “about adhering together and brotherhood,” was initial played for Ed during his collaborative debate with a Brits, and finished adult in London.
“Let my adore in, let my adore in/ Lay your heart on me/ If you’re hurting, if you’re hurting/ Lay it all on me,” Ed croons during a hook, before a balance is filled with beautiful credentials harmonies.
“Lay It All On Me” is featured on Rudimental’s arriving LP, We a Generation, and (as a reminder) will be Ed’s final strain for utterly some time. Get familiar with that repeat button.
This is my final thing I’m releasing for a while. Bad news if we like me, good news if we don’t. We support for everybody during SheeranCorp
— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) September 24, 2015
Take a listen to Rudimental And Ed Sheeran’s “Lay It All On Me” below.