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British U.K. garage outfit Rudimental have unveiled another track from their upcoming sophomore album, We the Generation. We’ve already heard “Never Let You Go” and “Rumour Mill”; now, stream “Lay It All On Me,” featuring Ed Sheeran, via the BBC. “It’s a song about sticking together, really — about brotherhood,” says Amir Amor of the song, which Rudimental played for the singer-songwriter while touring with him in America and later finished together in London. Listen to the track and short interview here, and read our In the Studio with the band to find out more about their new LP.