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Our favorite British drum ‘n’ bass duo Sigma has just released their debut studio album Life and have managed to keep things rolling with a brand-new remix of their latest, Rita Ora-assisted single, “Coming Home”, and an album mini mix.
The Parralell remix of “Coming Home” kicks off with even more melodic guitars, before a more urban-oriented beat takes over. Rita Ora is joined by up and coming, London-based collective WSTRN on the vocals, with rap verses and a generally different approach. It’s definitely an interesting new take on the majestic track, which finds Sigma joining forces with songwriting geniuses TMS and Wayne Hector, who previously worked with them on “Changing”. An acoustic version of the tune is also available on the album. Take a listen to the newly-unveiled remix below.
Now that Life has officially been released, Sigma unveiled an album mini mix, including a good amount of songs from the record. The video is basically a collection of their best moments from this past year, from playing in Ibiza and rocking the mainstage at Glastonbury to their more recent tour across the United Kingdom, accompanied by the sounds of hits such as the Paloma Faith-assisted “Changing” and the Ella Henderson-featuring “Glitterball”, among album cuts that mark a other hits waiting to happen. If anything, the tracks are perfectly fitting for the video and it’s further proof that the two can put a great show together and entertain a crowd. Check it below.
Life comes preceded by the duo’s collab with Doctor “Rudeboy”, their breakout hit “Somebody To Love”, their team-ups with Paloma Faith and Ella Henderson on “Changing” and “Glitterball” respectively, the Diztortion and Jacob Banks team-up “Redemption” and the recently released Rita Ora-assisted “Coming Home”. If all of those are any sign of what’s to be found on the record, Sigma have definitely put all this time they’ve been crafting their debut to good use.