The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Official Song “Stand By” is now available to the world as the countdown to the tournament enters the final two weeks.
“Stand By” – a collaboration between new artist LORYN and one of the UK’s most successful and influential acts, Rudimental – will be played in ground and city events across the tournament as the official song to this summer’s showpiece event.
The exciting partnership celebrates the cultural diversity of The United Kingdom and was announced earlier in May at an exclusive event hosted by Radio 1 Breakfast DJ, Greg James in discussion with Cricket World Cup Ambassador Freddie Flintoff and LORYN.
The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 is one of the world’s biggest global sporting events, it attracts one million sporting fans soaking up the action in the UK and a further billion fans watching world-wide across the 48-match event. “Stand By” will be played around the world and provide a common voice for fans to show their passion.
ABOUT LORYN AND RUDIMENTAL
· Raised in the remote wilds of Deep Cove, North Vancouver, LORYN recently released her debut single ‘Sirens’, a minimalist, slick first offering from this amazingly talented 25 year old who’s arrived in the UK from halfway up a mountain in Canada.
· LORYN cites a wide range of influences from Julia Michaels, Radiohead and Adele to Joni Mitchell, Patsy Cline and Carole King. After moving to the UK to pursue music, LORYN signed to Black Butter, joining labelmates Octavian, Bakar, Zara Larsson, and J Hus.
· Rudimental have sold in excess of 2 million albums since their formation in 2011 and have a track record of discovering emerging talent and giving them a platform. Such is the case with rising star LORYN who hails from the wilds of Deep Cove, Northern Canada.