Rudimental has confirmed they will be playing again for the highly anticipated Future Music Festival 2014.
In an interview with Music Feeds, band mates Piers and Kesi shared their excitement of having the opportunity to play again for the Future Music Festival 2014, as this is one of their favourite music festivals.
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UK masters of D&B, Rudimental, are thankful for Aussie fans. The band will be featured in Future Music Festival 2014.
"Yes, we're back. Future Music, those guys have supported us from the start. We can't wait to come back in March. We had such a good time. We met people like The Prodigy, hung out with Dizzee Rascal and The Stone Roses - you know, Ian Brown, who then gave us a gig at Finsbury Park 'cause we made friends with him at Future Music. It's all like a family vibe now and we can't wait to come back. We have 9 people in our live show now, I have no idea how many we'll have by March. We might have 13. Future Music is one of the best festivals in the world. We've played th[r]ough America, Europe, loads of festivals in the UK but Future is one of our favourites."
Rudimental released their debut album "Home" early in 2013, and their Aussie fans were instrumental in making that album at #2 on the ARIA charts. And for this, Rudimental said that they will always be grateful to their Aussie fans.
In an interview with Confidential at Bondi's The Bucket List, band member Amir Amor said that their band was amazed about the energy that the Aussie audiences had shown them.
"When we played here it was one of the first big festivals that we ever did. We don't care how big the audience is that we play for - whether it's 50 people or 50, 000 - but we felt they really got the vibe and the family aura we're all about," Amir said.
DJ Locksmith said that their performance at the Future Music festival this year will be different, as they now know that Aussies have gone out and supported their album.
"Future Music has been a great platform for us to show Australia what we're all about. When we toured here (with the festival) in March we obviously didn't have an album out, it was off the back of two singles. Now it's going to be different knowing that people have gone out and supported the album. We never set out to attract one audience. We have teenagers through to the elderly, and we even had an eight-year old kid waiting for us outside our tour bus the other day. He knew all our names and our music. Then that night we played to an audience of 25-year olds," DJ Locksmith said.
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