Wednesday 28th January 2015
“Higher” is the follow up to their Number 1 smashes “Nobody to Love” and “Changing”.
The second day of shooting involved 40 huskies…
We can’t wait to share the video with you, it’s due to land next week.
In the meantime you’ll just have to listen to the track on our YouTube!
“Higher” is set for release on March 22nd, but you can get in on iTunes pre-order now.
Sunday 21st September 2014
The success of “Changing” makes Sigma the first act this year to score two consecutive Number 1s that have each sold over 100,000 copies in their first week of release.
If you haven’t got your copy of the single yet, grab it on iTunes now.
Monday 15th September 2014
You can see the Big Top 40 chart in full and listen back to Cam and Joe’s interview with Capital FM’s Max here.
If the single grabs the top spot on the Official Chart this Sunday it will be Sigma’s second consecutive Number 1, and Paloma’s first. Sigma’s previous single “Nobody To Love” shot to the top of the UK chart back in April.
Get your copy of the single here. Or pick up the remix bundle – which includes Sigma’s VIP remix featuring Stylo G, and edits from Goldsmyth, Klingande, Majestic, Naxxos, Purple Disco Machine and Zoo Nation – here.
Saturday 13th September 2014
It’s almost time for the mighty Sigma to unleash “Changing” the eagerly awaited follow up to their massive number 1 smash “Nobody To Love”. The single, which features the massive vocal talent of one of the UK’s biggest stars – Paloma Faith, is out on SUNDAY!!
Monday 11th August 2014
Listen out and let them know what you think!
New remixes of the single – from Majestic and Purple Disco Machine – are up on our SoundCloud.
“Changing” is available to pre-order on iTunes now.
Thursday 24th July 2014
It just went Platinum in Australia after racking up 70 thousand sales. To date, “Nobody To Love” has sold 550 thousand in the UK, 100 thousand in Germany, 35 thousand in Holland & Belgium combined, 20 thousand in New Zealand and 25 thousand across the rest of the world. That’s just 200 thousand short of a million sales worldwide.
Not bad for a record that started life as a remix for Sigma’s DJ set!
Watch the official video:
Thursday 17th July 2014
We got a sneaky preview of the official video – shot on the sultry streets of Miami – last week and we’ve been dying for you all to see it too.
If you love it, pre-order it, shazam it, share it!
Saturday 12th July 2014
Drum & Bass superstars Sigma have just unleashed new single “Changing”, the follow up to their global smash “Nobody To Love”. Signing up the immensely talented Paloma Faith as featured vocalist and enlisting the help of a full orchestra, Sigma have produced another monster hit!!
Annie Mac gave “Changing” its debut play in her Special Delivery slot on BBC Radio 1 last night.
The official video is set for release next week (watch this space) and you can get the single on iTunes pre-order now!
Sigma (aka Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzi) are having a massive year! Currently in the midst of a packed summer schedule with shows across the globe including appearances at Glastonbury, Global Gathering, Ibiza Rocks and Bestival, they’ve also bagged remix credits on some of 2014’s biggest records – including Kiesza’s “Hideaway”, Route 94’s “My Love”, Clean Bandit’s “Extraordinary”, DJ Fresh’s “Dibby Dibby Sound” and DJ Zinc’s “Show Me”.
Paloma Faith’s third album A Perfect Contradiction – released in March – has already gone Gold. It features collaborations with a host of music giants including Pharrell Williams, John Legend, Raphael Saadiq and songwriter Diane Warren.
“Nobody To Love” is one of 2014’s highest-selling singles so far, clocking up 510,000 UK sales (including streams), 30 million YouTube views and 40 million worldwide streams and hit the No. 1 spot in 8 countries.
Monday 14th April 2014
The track is the third biggest selling single of 2014 so far with 121,000 copies bought in the first week of release. Sigma beat The Vamps and Aloe Blacc to take the top spot.
Cam & Joe popped in to the Official Charts office to pick up their award and gave them the inside info on what’s next for team Sigma:
It couldn’t have happened to a nicer pair of bass heads! After leaving the BBC Radio 1 studios – where they’d been chatting with Jameela Jamil – the guys hooked up with the label and promo team, management, friends, girlfriends and family (big up the Mums and Dads!!) and celebrated into the small hours.
If you’re one of the few people in the country who hasn’t seen the video you can have a look here: