Rudimental – We The Generation. The soulful drum n’ bass foursome have unveiled the colorful cover art, release date and tracklist for their sophomore LP. We The Generation will be there first full-length project released since 2012’s Home. They have been touring extensively in the three years and have been releasing remix packages and videos for the songs from the album. The album will be release at the end of the summer on September 18.
This has always been expected of Rudimental, they go out and pick relatively unknown, yet extremely talented artists to feature on the album like Foy Vance, Bobby Womack, Will Heard and MNEK. John Newman was a vocalist the group found for the previous album; so don’t be surprised by an artist breakout from this album.
Rudimental has already previewed the lead single from the album, “Never Let You Go,” which has attracted more of the same soulful sound fans that have come to love from the London-born band. I’m sure the fans would want to see Their collaboration with Ed Sheeran, “Bloodstream,” on the album, though Sheeran is not credited, so it could be a reimagined version.
Listen to “Never Let You Go” ahead of its June 16 release and see the full tracklist for We The Generation below