Rudimental are a drum and bass group from Hackney, London, consisting of producers and songwriters Amir Amor, Piers Agget, Kesi Dryden and Leon Rolle.
Formed in 2010, the group’s fourth single, which featured John Newman, Feel the Love, hit #1 in the UK Singles Chart, as did their sixth single, Waiting All Night, that featured Ella Eyre. They released their debut album, ‘Home’, in 2013, followed by second album, ‘We the Generation’, in 2015. Their latest single, These Days featuring Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen dropped in January 2018, and shares a title with the troupe's upcoming album.
The group have headlined their own shows and tours across the UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand as well as performing at festivals such as Parklife and Lovebox, and launching their own festival, Wild Life, alongside Disclosure, and playing two Forest Live shows.
Rudimental head out internationally in 2019 for the Toast to Our Differences Tour. They have dates set across the UK, Ireland, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, before headlining Shepton Mallet's NASS Festival in July. Catch Rudimental live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information on Stereoboard.
In a venue like Brixton Academy, Rudimental were always going to be awesome! I love their debut album and they rolled out nearly every track from as well as few others they had in their record box. The atmosphere was electric and I think everyone there had the album too as nearly everyone was singing and dancing along. The guys up on stage were loving every minute of it! So glad they are getting the recognition they have worked so hard for!
This was the first time I have seen Rudimental live, they were brilliant! I really love their album, my favourite of 2013, so thought I would check them out live and really glad I did. They played most of their album, which was excellent, as well as few random tracks in between. All in all a fantastic night. Full of energy and enthusiasm, cant wait to see them again.
Rudimental bounced onto the stage in Newcastle no strangers to sell out crowds. Joined by an assortment of singers, dancers and musicians, Piers Agget, Kesi Dryden, Amir Amor (Amir Izadkhah) and DJ Locksmith (Leon Rolle) deliver a string of sunny day party anthems, all of which feature on their acclaimed platinum selling debut album. Hit track Feel The Love is the highlight of the evening, closely followed by other live favourites, Not Giving In and Waiting All Night.