Latitude: Rudimental wow the crowd at the Obelisk Arena

Crowd at Rudimental Latitude 2014 - Paul Bayfield Crowd at Rudimental Latitude 2014 - Paul Bayfield

Friday, July 18, 2014
8:39 PM

This may have been the first time that Latitude was the scene of a rave.

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Secret group Rudimental wowed the packed Obelisk Arena yesterday evening with teenagers even launching a “mosh pit”.

The drum and bass/pop 10-piece got everyone dancing with some of the crowd opting for an array of peculiar moves. With their debut album, last year’s Home still spawning singles, the Henham Park crowd was their’s to be had.

The up-beat music brought a welcome tempo change for the festival and a real attraction for the younger festival-goers.

What makes a group like Rudimental is of course the catchy, feel-good songs but it’s also their energy.

Live they never stop. Jumping, running, grooving, shouting - all bases are covered as the band try their hardest to please.

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