Rudimental are one of the most successful UK house acts of recent years. In 2017, the band garnered a string of chart-topping singles and three number-one albums, including the hugely successful 'Love Yourz'. Their follow-up album, 'A Moment Apart', was released in the summer of 2018. The album was produced by Rudimental's very own producer, Rudimental.
Rudimental's debut album 'Glow' was released in 2010. Although the album did well on the charts, it never reached the heights of their later releases. That's all changed in 2017, when Rudimental were nominated for the Mercury Prize in 2016, and last year won the award for Best British Group.
Featuring some of the finest singers around in places such as London, New York, Tokyo, Manchester, Zurich, Oslo and Amsterdam, RE//CHOIRED is an album of unbridled soul and spirit. The record is led by a cracking and hard hitting vocal track, that's uplifting and electrifying. The track also features a beautiful gospel choir, keyboard and a heavy bassline, all while the vocals give the track a feeling of uplift and joy. This is the perfect mix of house, soul and gospel; providing the perfect soundtrack to any party or event.
If you're looking for a heartfelt track with a mix of soul and house and a uplifting yet still spiritual vibe, then RE//CHOIRED is the right choice for you. Whether you're looking for house music to dance to, soul music to sing along, or just a mixture of soul and house that gives you the best of both worlds, HGC has got you covered. They're bringing back the big soul!
Produced by Rudimental, HGC (House Gospel Choir) went on tour with Rudimental last year, performing a string of sold-out shows across the UK. Based on their grassroots effort to unite people through house music and the power of unity, HGC are set to return with an equally successful show.
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