Rudimental love playing pranks on their female vocalists on tour and fart on their tour bus to annoy them.
Rudimental always play tricks on their female vocalists on tour.
The 'Waiting All Night' hitmakers - Piers Agget, Kesi Dryden, Amir Amor and DJ Locksmith (Leon Rolle) - love to fart all the time on their tour bus and particularly enjoy playing pranks on their tour mates, especially when they are sleeping.
Leon exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''A group of us are predominantly male, we have two female vocalists on tour with us at the time. So, all the guys are smelly and nasty, always farting on the tour bus and playing tricks on the girls.
''We put shower gel on people's bunks on the tour bus and then wait for them to fall asleep, and wet their beds with water. Could you imagine after a long days work, you want to go asleep on your tour bus and it's wet.''
Leon admits he particularly likes playing tricks on the girls because they never get him back.
Speaking to promote Red Bull Revolutions in Sound - a one-night takeover of The EDF Energy London Eye celebrating 30 of the most legendary UK club nights in history - he added: ''Nobody ever messes around with you. I think everyone knows that Leon doesn't get messed around with.''
Red Bull Revolutions in Sound will take place on Thursday (14.11.13) and features the likes of Lily Allen, Rudimental (DJ set) and Katy B, who will each perform their own intimate gig in the capsules of the Eye.
Those who didn't manage to get a ticket can watch the action unfold in a real-time live stream via Channel4.com and YouTube.
To watch the action visit revolutionsinsound.com
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