Their mega hit 'Feel the Love' flooded airwaves last year, and now the party-hard English four-piece are returning to Australia with their debut album Home. Expect sweet drops, plenty of horns and fun times – and psych yourself up by playing these beforehand.
1. Ed Sheeran 'Drunk' – Rudimental Remix (Warner Music) Rudimental remixes are rare, but the crew have twice recast grimy indie-folkie Sheeran – they also did his 'Lego House'
2. Rudimental 'Feel The Love' Featuring John Newman – Scuba Remix (Warner Music) The Brit Scuba, based in Berlin, transforms Rudimental's 2012 breakthrough into a dubstep epic
3. Rudimental 'Not Giving In' Featuring John Newman & Alex Clare – Loadstar Remix (Warner Music) Loadstar's remix only proves that drum 'n' bass is back. This year the hot Bristol duo debuted with Future Perfect on Andy C's Ram Records
4. Rudimental 'Hell Could Freeze' Featuring Angel Haze (Warner Music) Rudimental go hip-hop with Azealia Banks' femcee rival Angel Haze
5. Rudimental 'Right Here' Featuring Foxes (Warner Music) The fifth single from Rudimental's debut Home is another example of maverick drum 'n' bass fusion, this time with electro-popster Foxes channelling Kate Bush