Rumer is back with his new album Into Color

Rumer Into Color

On February 10, the British singer Rumer He released his third studio album in Spain, a work entitled 'Into Color'. The successful vocalist who has sold more than a million copies in the UK in the last five years, has been mentored by great contemporary musicians, such as Burt Bacharach, Elton John and Richard Carpenter, who have recognized the quality of her voice and his compositions.

With his first two productions, 'Seasons of My Soul' (2010) and 'Boys Don't Cry' (2012), Rumer's rise was spectacular and dizzying, getting to perform in the White House before Barack Obama himself or conquer the prestigious Mojo Award in 2012. At the beginning of 2013, the British decided to make a hiatus that culminated at the end of 2014, with the launch of this brand new record comeback.

The singer recently confessed that the history of the production of this latest album seems taken from a fairy tale. Towards the end of 2013, Rumer traveled to Los Angeles (USA) to prepare his new material together with the renowned Iranian composer, producer and arranger Rob Shirakbari (Burt Bacharach, Dionne Warwick, etc). During the recording sessions both could not stop the mutual artistic connection that ended up turning into a loving relationship. This emotional chemistry is reflected in 'Into Color', considered a major comeback, in which the British singer captivates with her unique and incomparable voice, resulting in a sensual, warm album with a classic flavor that is as evocative as it is stimulating.

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