An 11 strong troupe of multitalented vocalistic and instrumentalists storm the stage to a backdrop of coloured smoke and an array of impressive strobes at a sold out Alexandra Palace. Rudimental’s biggest indoor headline show to date, and what’s more, it’s in their home town of London.
The energetic and excitable crowds attention was taken away from the grand spectacle that is Ally Pally and instead made to feel as though they were transported into an ultra secretive underground drum & bass rave. Something for only the chosen few. Something truly special.
For the Hackney collective, tonight truly represents what it means to hone real British talent. Working alongside some of the best musicians that Britain has to offer, including the likes of Ed Sheeran, Emeli Sande, Sinead Harnett, MNEK and Lianne Le Havas, Rudimental never fail to deliver a mesmeric, engaging track.
Following the release of their second highly acclaimed album ‘We The Generation’ Rudimental we’re going in at full force, delivering only the best quality in live performance with an array of interchangeable vocalists whilst still truly having a party on stage. A party that the 7,000 strong crowd were all invited to. Although the vitality in which the fans enjoy the show never gets close to the one emanating from the stage.
A spirited performance of 2013 hit ‘Waiting All Night’ marks the finale, while confetti shoots from cannons into the crowd, the palace alights with energy.