The electronic band's track featuring John Newman beat last week's number one 'We Are Young' by fun. by 23,000 copies.
Swedish Eurovision Song Contest winner Loreen climbed a massive 82 places to number three with 'Euphoria'.
Pop band Lawson grab a new entry at four with debut single 'When She Was Mine', while former number one 'Call Me Maybe' by Carly Rae Jepsen falls two to five.
Rihanna is a non-mover at six with 'Where Have You Been', while The Wanted drop eight places to this week's tenth position with 'Chasing the Sun'. Alex Clare, Rita Ora and Train complete the Top 10.
Gary Barlow and The Commonwealth Band enter at 11 with 'Sing', while also topping the album chart with the compilation.
Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso gain a new entry at 19 with 'Calling (Lose My Mind)', while Alexandra Burke enters at 33 with 'Let It Go'.
Justin Bieber scores a new hit with 'Die In Your Arms' at 34.
The Sex Pistols classic 'God Save the Queen' failed to cause an upset via a Facebook campaign, entering at a lowly 80th place.
Coldplay and Rihanna climb a further seven spots to this week's 13 with 'Princess of China'. Kylie Minogue's 'Timebomb' stays level at 31.
Watch the video for Rudimental's 'Feel the Love' below:
Source: Official Charts Company
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