Elusive art collective R U Init pays homage to ’90s rave culture with new track ‘Sunshine’

"I need your lovin’ like the sunshine… sort of says it all init."

12.04.22, Words by: Billy Ward

Not much is known about the ever-mysterious music, fashion and art collective R U Init but their love for throwback dance-floor anthems is undeniable. Now, the elusive outfit return to the fold with their brand new single ‘Sunshine’.

Following on from previous Radio 1 Tune of the Week ‘The Raver (3am)’ and sophomore track ‘N.A.T.O (Night At The Opera)’, the group’s third release continues in the same hedonistic vein channelling the spirit of early ’90s rave for a new generation.

Preferring to let their music do the talking, when asked about their latest offering the enigmatic collective simply said: “I need your lovin’ like the sunshine… sort of says it all init.”

The collective includes producers and mixers whose paths span each and every corner of the electronic music scene, as well as designers and other creatives who share the same vision. If we know one thing about R U Init, it’s that there’s much more to come from the underground dance outfit. 

Stream ‘ Sunshine’ below or listen with your preferred player here.

‘Sunshine’ by R U Init is out now on Moshi Moshi Records.

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