Rufus Du Sol releases ‘On My Knees’ live version

Audio & video performance available now via Rose Avenue & Reprise/Warner Records

Rufus Du Sol cap off their most ambitious year yet with the release of the live version of Grammy-nominated single “On My Knees,” captured from their sold out performance at The Gorge Amphitheatre in October.

This release acts as a celebration of the band’s double 2023 Grammy nomination for the track as Best Dance/Electronic Recording, a category that earned them their first Grammy win earlier this year, and their Surrender album for Best Dance/Electronic Album. This follows the band’s fifth ARIA win for Best Produced Album last month.

The band’s touring prowess reached new heights in 2023, with their Surrender live show touching the lives of fans globally from The Gorge to the Hollywood Bowl, Red Rocks to New York’s Forrest Hill, onwards to Vienna, Prague, Berlin, Cologne, and many other European headlining plays. The group also sold out their own Gunnersbury Park London day-festival and took over festival mainstages like Budapest’s Sziget Festival and Poland’s Fest Festival.

Simultaneously this year saw the Rufus Du Sol dj set dominate the international spotlight, making them the only act in the world that can sell out stadiums then command the world’s most credible DJ booths like Circo Loco at DC-10, Afterlife at Hi Ibiza, and Barcelona’s Brunch in the Park amongst many others.

This explosive year concluded with a series of plays in Australia and New Zealand, seeing the band welcomed home by sold out crowds in Auckland, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth over the past six weeks.

Primed for the next chapter of the Rufus Du Sol journey, the group looks forward to working on new music at the turn of the year before returning to their own boutique festival, Sundream, debuting at a new location this coming May in San José del Cabo, Mexico.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

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