Ruthven Unveils Reflective New Track ‘The Window’ Following 2021 Releases

Ruthven has unveiled his latest single, ‘The Window,’ marking his first release since dropping ‘123 Days’ and ‘Don’t Keep It To Yourself’ back in 2021. This new track maintains Ruthven’s signature blend of spacious retro-futurism, placing emphasis on his emotive vocals against a backdrop of minimalistic production.

Exploring a range of emotions tied to love, loss, separation, and the ensuing confusion, ‘The Window’ delves into an inner dialogue. Ruthven drew inspiration from legendary artists like Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers, and Al Green, particularly focusing on their melodic structures and harmonies. This influence drove him to modernize and emulate those elements within this latest song, a creative process that holds personal significance.

For Ruthven, ‘The Window’ holds a unique place in his live performances, showcasing its depth and emotional resonance. He’s enthusiastic about the prospect of presenting this special piece live, an experience he’s looking forward to sharing soon.

Excitingly, Ruthven is set to join Sampha on the European leg of the Satellite Business Tour. This venture marks his stage debut, kicking off at Berlin’s Theater Des Westens before moving on to Amsterdam’s Royal Theatre Carré in early December. This tour promises to be a pivotal moment for Ruthven, presenting an opportunity to showcase his musical prowess to a broader audience in these prestigious venues.