Blistering drum 'n' bass workout...
Rudimental

Rudimental have always kept their ear to the ground for new talent.

Sure, the band's number one selling album 'We The Generation' might have its fair share of legends - one of the last vocals recorded by Bobby Womack, for starters - but it's also dominated by unknowns, but fresh talent given a platform to shine.

New single 'Lay It All On Me' is already a favourite with fans, and features none other than unstoppable ginger chart prodigy Ed Sheeran on lead vocals.

Pushing Sheeran out of his comfort zone, it's one of the year's most curiously effective pop moments and undoubtedly one of its most contagious.

Drum 'n' bass duo Calyx and TeeBee have taken hold of the track for a fresh remix, bringing 'Lay It All On Me' back to its soundsystem influences. A blistering, breaks-laden workout that positively teems with bass vibrations, it's a system-rattler with just the faintest trace of pop magic.

Check it out now.

'Lay It All On Me' is out now. Catch Rudimental at the following shows:

February
26 Glasgow O2 Academy
27 Liverpool Guild of Students
29 Newcastle O2 Academy

March
1 Leeds O2 Academy
3 London The O2 Arena
4 Nottingham Rock City
5 Plymouth Pavilions
7 Birmingham O2 Academy
8 Manchester Apollo

Related: Ground Control - Rudimental Interviewed

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