Since electronic four-piece Rudimental released their sensational debut record 'Home' last summer, the group have received huge critical acclaim as well as a Mercury Prize nomination. But it looks like they'll be wasting no time as they already have plans to release the follow-up later this year.
In an interview with Capital FM, Rudimental broke the news, saying, "We're making the new album with lots of collaborations on there, we're really excited about it. Chapter two, the end of this year."
Earlier this year, it was also reported that funk legend George Clinton had been collaborating with the band on new new tracks. Kesi Dryden of Rudimental confirmed that both collaborations would feature on the new record.
Currently no official word on the album has been released.