Who Is New Rules?


The foundation of New Rules—three guitars and three voices—builds the crux of their stadium-sized sound. Emerging from across Europe and bonding over similar shared experiences busking on street corners, the New Rules of today stand on the precipice of a breakout moment. And the next chapter of that breakout arrives in the form of their latest standout single, "Late in the Evening." 

“‘Late in the Evening’ feels like a timeless record. The idea of desperately trying to win someone back turned into an anthem is something we can’t wait to hear our fans screaming back at us,” shares the band. That timelessness can be felt in every second of the serene offering, painting New Rules as a band more than capable of soundtracking both cathartic highs and understated emotional pleas with equal depth and emotional precision. 

To celebrate the rapidly rising band and their latest single, “Late in the Evening,” we rang up the UK trio to ask one simple question… Who Is New Rules?  

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