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7 WONDERS: WILD LIFE

New girl on the block Anne-Marie charts her seven Wild Life highlights, from Soul II Soul’s killer set to performing on stage with Rudimental.

Last weekend a new festival was born: Wild Life. The brainchild of Rudimental and Disclosure, with a line up that included the likes of Maya Jane Coles, George Ezra, George Fitzgerald, Gorgon City and Marc Ronson – along with a host of others – we were expecting big things and that’s what we got. Located in Brighton, the festival provided a stellar line up, mouth-watering food outlets and a killer gifting lounge by Velvet House (think gifts from Calvin Klein, Religion and Oh my Love whilst sipping on Freixenet – who could complain?).

With their new 14-track album We The Generation, charted for release this September, festival co-founders Rudimental are killing it on the circuit this summer. It’s no surprise of course, ever since they dropped their critically-aclaimed debut album Home, they have been a chart-topping mainstay on the Brit-music scene. This summer, they’ve launched a brand new record label – Major Toms – and their first signing just happens to be up-and-coming UK singer Anne-Marie. If you’ve seen Rudimental live in the last two years, chances are you’ve seen Anne-Marie too. Having been on tour with the boys, she’s part of the Rudimental family and has even earned herself a slot on We The Generation, featuring on not-yet-released track “Rumour Mill” alongside Will Heard. Here, Anne-Marie talks us through her seven Wild Life Festival highlights.

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“COCONUT COCKTAILS ARE THE BEST DRINK FOR FESTIVALS”

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“MY FAVOURITE DRESSED HUMAN IS RUDIMENTAL’S DRUMMER”

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“THE SOUL II SOUL SET BLEW MY MIND”

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“MY FAVOURITE PART OF THE FESTIVAL: DIZZEE JOINING US ON STAGE. HE’S AMAZING.”

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“THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL AT THE FESTIVAL. NEED I SAY MORE?”

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“THIS HOW MY NIGHT ENDED…WITH THE DEVIL THAT IS McDONALDS!”

7 WONDERS: WILD LIFE

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