Rudimental's Piers Agget has revealed the group miss the ''simple things'' about home when they're on tour.
Rudimental get homesick whilst on tour.
The 'Waiting All Night' hitmakers - which includes Leon Rolle, Kesi Dryden, Piers Agget and Amir Amor - admits they miss the ''simple things'' about life at home when they're jet-setting across the world.
Piers revealed: ''We have toured the world this year and been living out of suitcases. It takes its toll after a while. You become disconnected from reality.
''You never get the chance to wash your own clothes, cook for yourself. Or do simple things. You miss your family. There are all sorts of things people don't see. I miss playing football on a Sunday morning with mates and venting that frustration on a striker.''
However, Leon insists all jobs have their hard points but says it is all ''worth it''.
He added: ''It is hard, but then so is being a plumber and working in Tesco. We love every minute of it. I miss the simple things too. The things you take for granted like having a drink in the pub with mates. But you know, it's worth it.''
Whilst the group may be well known across the world, Kesi is glad they can generally walk around unnoticed.
He told London's Evening Standard newspaper: ''Generally we can walk around on the street. People couldn't pick us out.''
Meanwhile, Piers previously revealed he wants to get back in the studio with Ed Sheeran when he makes his comeback.
He shared: ''He's not been in touch with anyone, probably only his close family, but when he resurfaces I'll definitely give him a text. 'Come for a drink, let's make some music.'''
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