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The Rugby Football Union has asked fans to record a rendition of the English rugby classic Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.

Of course, we responded to this call - many of our drummers will be volunteering at next year's Rugby World Cup, and last year, we performed at the Opening Ceremony of the last ever Heineken Cup Final in Cardiff.

Watch our contribution below, and don't forget to vote to help us to rise up the leaderboards to increase our chances to feature in an official RFU video!

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ABOUTPandemonium Drummers

The Pandemonium Drummers were originally put together by London 2012 Ceremonies for the Pandemonium segment of Danny Boyle's spectacular Olympic Opening Ceremony. Following the Ceremony, the volunteer drummers kept on performing at a variety of events.

Based on their extensive training, they performed at other Opening Ceremonies, including the UEFA Champions League Final 2013, the FA Cup Final 2014, and the Heineken Cup Final 2014, and at a variety of large and small festivals as well as sports and community events. The Pandemonium Drummers are a returning act in London's major parades, including the London New Years' Day Parade, St Patrick's Day Parade, and the Lord Mayor's Show, and they coined Cheer Drumming, supporting runners at major sports events across the capital and beyond. The Pandemonium Drummers have supported the Special Olympics, the Teenage Cancer Trust, and a wide range of other charities.

The Pandemonium Drummers are a constituted association with charitable aims, and are working on a non-profit basis as volunteers.

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