Rudimental release their fourth studio album ‘Ground Control’: Listen
Multi-platinum UK electronic music formation Rudimental has shared their much-anticipated fourth studio album ‘Ground Control‘, out now via Major Toms/Big Beat Records. ‘Ground Control’ is a two-side album that represents the true essence of Rudimental and encapsulates their musicality over time. The A-side displays a more soulful and heartfelt soundscape, offering tracks of lighter digestion. The B side is focused on more burly rhythms, focused on club energy. This album is a musical rainbow that displays the true colors of Rudimental and recalls the extraordinary musical identity that makes them one of the UK’s most successful music exports. ‘Ground Control’ unfolds over 16 eclectic tracks and is the group’s first studio album since ‘Toast to Our Differences‘ in 2019.
UK best classic garage coated with the inventive and modern flair that so well characterizes Rudimental. That’s what this delicious and colorful long play is all about. MJ Cole, Hardy Caprio, Skream, Kareen Lomax, BackRoad Gee, D Double E, Hamzaa, Kojey Radical, The Game, Anne-Marie & Tion Wayne, and MORGAN comprise the impressive list of illustrious guests featured on ‘Ground Control’. Previously to the album’s release, came the hit singles ‘Come Over‘ featuring Anne-Marie & Tion Wayne and ‘Be The One‘ featuring MORGAN. Now it’s time to visit the remaining tracks on the album. Besides the dichotomy of the A-side and B-side, you can find very diverse vibes throughout the tracklist. ‘Remember Their Names’ featuring Josh Barry is a shimmering drum & bass gem, offering a sparkling and anthemic melody. If you like woozy vibes, you’ll love ‘C’est Fini‘ featuring RV & Lowkey. The track is part of the B side and features sensual modernity grounded in the magic of a more techish house, with a hint of urban brazenness. Also on that side of the album is ‘So Sorry‘, a contemporary festival-ready ballad produced with Skream.
These are just some extracts of what you can find in this wide-range work from the UK veteran producers. The act has sold millions of records and is well used to the success that this album will surely have. Indulge yourself on this diverse journey into the world of Rudimental, listen to ‘Ground Control’ below:
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