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The musician has also partnered with Surfrider Foundation Australia

Image: Michelle Grace Hunder

Australian pop superstar Ruel has dropped his new track, Let The Grass Grow. The news is accompanied by the announcement of the singers new partnership with Surfrider Foundation Australia as one of their ambassadors.

Serving as a reminder to take life as it comes and not force anything, the musician brings introspective and reflective lyricism to the track, conjuring vivid imagery of natural serene scenes. Ruel's mesmerising vocals float atop a guitar-led soundscape, laced with lush harmonies and mesmerising sonics.

"The song's theme in a nutshell is really just to not force nature and let everything happen to us. It’s dark, but it’s a real thought I have quite often." Ruel shares of the song.

To celebrate the release, Ruel will launch a special red-carpet discussion with Surfrider’s National Campaign Manager, Damien Cole at 4pm AEDT today here. The pair will discuss the track, protecting Australia’s vast coastlines and their mutual love of surfing. Surfrider Foundation Australia is a registered Not for Profit sea-roots organisation dedicated to the protection of Australia’s waves and beaches through conservation, activism, research and education.

Let The Grass Grow is out now!


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