Following a number of teasers, English drum & bass duo, Sigma, have premiered the official music video for their Rita Ora-guested single, Coming Home. Coming Home is the latest release from the duo’s eagerly anticipated debut album, Life, slated to be released on December 4th via 3Beat. Skewed in the same light as Sigma‘s previous releases, Coming Home is a splendid house-leaning electronic offering from the duo, elevated drastically by Rita Ora‘s powerhouse vocals. On first listen, it is evident the track is destined for success across the pond. Watch the music video below!
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English drum and bass duo, Sigma, return today with the video for their new single “Glitterball”, which features none other than Miss Ella Henderson. Sigma, which consists of Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie, have been quite successful, and have racked up two number one singles in the UK. “Glitterball” is the fourth single from their expected debut album “Life” due out sometime soon. The song is a showcase for Ella’s powerhouse vocals and features plenty of catchy “OooOOohs” while the video is a simplistic affair cutting footage of Ella singing against a white backdrop with footage from a day out...more
“Got some very exciting news to share with you all tomorrow! Stay tuned!… E xx,” our one time AOTW, Ella Henderson tweeted yesterday (May 20). As it turns out, the exciting news she had to share is that she collaborated with British drum & bass duo Sigma. The result is “Glitterball,” a possible summer jam filled with drum kicks anchored by Ella’s soulful vocal range. Prior to “Glitterball,” Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie of Sigma released yet another tune “Higher,” which featured Labrinth. Listen to “Glitterball” below!
Sigma, a British drum and bass duo, just released their first 2015 single. The single, which premiered on BBC Radio 1 is titled “Higher” and it features Labrinth. “Higher” is so beautiful produced, it would keep you interested till the very last note. “Higher, Higher, Higher, but we are still not high enough,” they sing. Just yesterday, the duo scored two BRIT Awards nominations, one for Best Single, the other for Best Video.