Ruen Brothers - Ru and Henry Stansall - have come a long way from their small industrial hometown of Scunthorpe, Northern England. Now based in New York City, the duo have written songs with The Weeknd, toured with George Ezra and Tom Odell, shared material with Lana Del Rey, and recorded with Rick Rubin in Los Angeles. They've performed at Coachella, Glastonbury, BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend, Isle of Wight, ACL, CMJ, and most recently, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, where they were joined on stage by Red Hot Chili Peppers' Chad Smith, who drums on their latest single, ‘Genevieve, Come Out Tonight’ (produced by Grammy Award-winner Dana Nielsen (Adele, Linkin Park, Weezer). Listen to the track here and watch the video here.

The Ruen Brothers have already received critical acclaim, with features in GQ, Wonderland, Spindle, Notion, tmrw, Q, NME, and Burberry. Airplay includes KROQ, KCRW, ALT 98.7, BBC Radio, XFM (Radio X) and a host of independent stations across the US and UK. Their 2016 single ‘Unknown’ was featured on Apple Music’s ‘Best of the Week’ playlist amongst 50 of the world's best songs released that week across all genres. The Ruen Brothers currently perform a weekly residency at the Manderley Bar at Manhattan's McKittrick Hotel