The first time I heard Rudimental and Ed Sheeran together, I flipped out. It was during a live stream of Glastonbury 2014 when Ed popped in on Rudimental’s set for an amazing version of “Bloodstream.” It was so good that the collaboration version was included on Rudimental’s latest chart-topping album, We The Generation.
Also included on the album is a brand new track with Ed called, “Lay It All On Me,” which is the band’s first single from the album in the US. Fun Fact: Both Rudimental and Ed typically don’t appear in own music videos, but they all all in this one. And if you haven’t seen any of Rudimental’s music videos, you’re missing out! They’re all powerful.
I really love the album, which features amazing vocals from Will Heard, Foy Vance, Anne-Marie, MNEK, Lianne La Havas, and Ella Eyre! That’s some amazing vocal power.
I finally saw these guys live at The Fonda a few weeks ago (I caught a bit of their set when they opened for Ed at STAPLES Center, but that wasn’t a proper gig), and they’re just a party! They had Will Heard, Anne-Marie there and those two are amazingly talented. They played so hard that Piers injured himself! The entire album is ace, but for now, check out the music video for “Lay It All On Me”: