13 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sigma—university friends Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie—follow a very clever formula on their debut album. It’s a formula that ensured Life contained six hit singles on its release: soaring, ultra-melodic vocals collide with walloping drum ‘n' bass to produce euphoric, arms-aloft anthems. Labrinth’s earnest appearance on “Higher” and the introspective Rita Ora collaboration “Coming Home” hint at a more mature future sound, but this is hedonistic party music executed brilliantly. “Nobody To Love”, “Changing” and “Glitterball” will be soundtracking the summer holidays of your children’s children.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sigma—university friends Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie—follow a very clever formula on their debut album. It’s a formula that ensured Life contained six hit singles on its release: soaring, ultra-melodic vocals collide with walloping drum ‘n' bass to produce euphoric, arms-aloft anthems. Labrinth’s earnest appearance on “Higher” and the introspective Rita Ora collaboration “Coming Home” hint at a more mature future sound, but this is hedonistic party music executed brilliantly. “Nobody To Love”, “Changing” and “Glitterball” will be soundtracking the summer holidays of your children’s children.

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