The drum and bass outfit are set to play in North Greenwich, building on their breakthrough last summer. Rudimental have been a force in British music since their debut album Home was nominated for the 2013 Mercury Music Prize and won the Mobo Award for best album.
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The fourth single from that album, Waiting All Night, won them a Brit Award for Best British Single in 2014.
Building on that steady rise, they appeared at Glastonbury for a storming set in 2015 and are now gigging in London’s largest indoor venue.
Originally from Hackney, Piers Agget, Amir Amor, Kesi Dryden and Leon Rolle, will see the show as a homecoming gig.
Amir said: ‘We all have different skill sets in the band which is great, as it means we can spread our wings wide.”
Piers said: “Amir’s like a crazy scientist. He’s in the studio and he comes up with these wacky ideas that just work.”
Ticketholders will get the full force of that ingenuity along with Gorgon City and Anne-Marie, confirmed as support acts.
6.30pm, Thursday, March 3, from £24.75, The O2 arena
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