Their albums Home goes up against Disclosure’s and Settle and more.
Rudimental and Disclosure are going head to head for this years Mercury Prize.
Their albums Home and Settle are among the contenders that have been announced in London. The £20,000 prize is open to British and Irish acts, and aims to reward the best album of the year.
Rudimental say that being nominated for the Mercury Prize is the perfect end to an amazing 12 months and they’re pleased their mates Disclosure are on the list too.
The 12 Albums of the Year shortlisted for the 2013 Barclaycard Mercury Prize were chosen from over 220 albums submitted to juges.
See the full list of those shortlisted below:
- Arctic Monkeys – AM
- David Bowie – The Next Day
- Foals – Holy Fire
- Laura Marling – Once I Was an Eagle
- Disclosure – Settle
- James Blake – Overgrown
- Jake Bugg – Jake Bugg
- Rudimental – Home
- Laura Mvula – Sing To The Moon
- Jon Hopkins – Immunity
- Savages – Silence Yourself
- Villagers – Awayland
The winner will be announced next month. Past winners have included Dizzee Rascal, The xx and Ms Dynamite.