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    Something About You (with Rudimental) - Elderbrook,
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    Walk Alone - Tom Walker
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    Don't Worry Bout Me - Rudimental Remix - Zara Larsson,
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    Sun Comes Up - James Arthur
By the end of 2016, Piers Aggett, Amir Amor, Kesi Dryden and Locksmith were in need of a good rest. Better known collectively as Rudimental, the British four-piece had been together for years, but now they’d gone stratospheric: signing with Black Butter Records and dropping their breakthrough hit, “Feel The Love”.
They soon joined Asylum/Atlantic Records and two UK #1 albums in a row followed. They played shows in South America, Africa and Australia, headlined the Other Stage at Glastonbury, sold out London’s O2 Arena, toured America with Ed Sheeran, and scored four UK top 20 singles (including two #1s). They collaborated with some of the biggest names in music: Rita Ora, Jess Glynne, Bobby Womack, Ed Sheeran, and even the legendary George Clinton. In a relatively short space of time, it became impossible to imagine a British music scene without the eclectic and dominating sounds of Rudimental.
Their third LP, titled A Toast to Our Differences and out on 25th Jan 2019 is a truly global album, inspired by their travels around the world. It features the legendary choral sounds of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the revolutionary wordplay of Kabaka Pyramid, and a dose of infectious afrobeat from Maleek Berry. While America can be heard in the West Coast hip-hop of Macklemore and the spiritual vocals of West Memphis singer YEBBA. And of course, it is unmistakably British: UK dons like Anne-Marie, Kojey Radical, and Stefflon Don lend their talents to tracks throughout the record.


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