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Rudimental dropped their first single of 2019, “Scared of Love” featuring Ray BLK and Stefflon Don. It’s the sixth track off the British group’s upcoming studio album, Toast To Our Differences.

“Scared of Love” stays true to Rudimental’s feelgood house jam with a bubbly, rhythmic percussion. The track also falls in line with the drum and soul collective’s penchant for pop collaborations. Ray BLK lends her vocals for the hook, while Stefflon Don delivers sharp verses.

Three of the songs from the Toast To Our Differences have already charted significantly. “These Days” featuring Jess Glynne, Macklemore, and Dan Caplen reached number one on the U.K. charts, for instance.

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With six released singles, the album already boasts a powerhouse list of collaborators. James Arthur (who contributed vocals to Rudimental's 2017 single "Sun Comes Up") and Rita Ora are but a few names that stand out from the tracklist.

Three years in the making, Toast To Our Differences had an original release date of September 2018 but was pushed back to include more tracks. The album is now set to drop January 25th.

Currently on tour in the U.K., Rudimental will play in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand throughout February. Find their upcoming tour dates below.

1/15- Przym - Kingston Upon Thames, UK
1/18- Waterfront Hall - Belfast, Ireland
1/19- Olympia Theatre - Dublin, Ireland
1/20- Olympia Theatre - Dublin, Ireland
1/23- TivoliVredenburg - Utrecht, Netherlands
1/24- Ancienne Belgique - Brussels, Belgium
1/25- Live Music Hall - Cologne, Germany
1/26- Muffathalle - Munich, Germany
1/28- Columbiahalle - Berlin, Germany
1/29- Grosse Freiheit 36 - Hamburg, Germany
1/30- Vega - Copenhagen, Denmark
2/1- Halle 622 - Zurich, Switzerland
2/2- Elysee Montmartre - Paris, France
2/8- Margaret Court Arena - Melbourne, Australia
2/9- Bonython Park - Adelaide, Australia
2/10- Old Mount Gambier Gaol - Mount Gambier, Australia
2/13- Hordern Pavilion - Sydney, Australia
2/15- Darwin Convention Centre - Darwin, Australia
2/16- Riverstage - Brisbane, Australia
2/17- Arena - Perth, Australia
2/21- Forsyth Barr Stadium - Dunedin, New Zealand





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