RCA recording artist Ruel delivers a personal take on friendship and growth on his new song “Younger”. The mellow record sees the young act reminiscing about how he and an individual started out being close but eventually, life led them to follow different paths.
Directed by Grey Ghost, the video explores what it means to choose your path early on in life. “The storyline in the ‘Younger’ video isn’t a direct reinterpretation of the lyrics. Instead of it being about you and your mate choosing different paths over time, it’s about choosing your own path”
“Younger” is the third official release taken from 15-year-old London-born, Australian-raised Ruel’s incredible debut EP “Ready.” Available on all digital platforms worldwide. The 6-track EP was produced by Ruel’s good friend, mentor and collaborator M-Phazes (Eminem, Logic, Kimbra, Zara Larsson, KYLE). Get it on Retail | iTunes | Apple | Spotify | Amazon | Google Play | Deezer
After picking up and learning to play the guitar at 8 years old, Ruel started to write songs of his own, drawing inspiration from Amy Winehouse, Stevie Wonder, Dave Brubeck, Frank Ocean and James Blake. Drawing from his own experiences as a teenager, Ruel explains “all my songs are about personal experiences. Songwriting helps me get through things, feelings that I don’t understand myself. When I write about something, it helps me figure it out in the process. But I want people of all ages, whether they’re 15 or 50, to be able to relate to my songs.”