Sigma — the drum-and-bass duo of Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie — first topped the U.K. Singles Chart in 2014 with their No. 1 hits “Nobody to Love” and “Changing” (featuring Paloma Faith). The former University of Leeds classmates continue to thrill fans with their innovative mixes, punchy dance beats and starry lineup of guest performers. Following up on the success of their debut album, Life, Sigma tour dates will see the band make marquee appearances in the U.K. and U.S., including highly anticipated stops at London’s Royal Albert Hall and the South West Four festival on Clapham Common.
SIGMA BIOGRAPHY: GETTING LIVE AT LEEDS
Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie met at the University of Leeds through their mutual love for DJing and drum and bass. After relocating to London, they formed their own record label, Life Recordings, which led to the release of their early single “El Presidente.” The pair spent time in 2009 helping to produce music for the Hospital Records label, also releasing their own EP Stand Tall. Their single “Lassitude” (with DJ Fresh) saw them secure their first chart spot in 2010, and by 2012 they were supporting him on his first live U.K. tour.
Signing with 3 Beat Records in 2013, the duo released the tracks “Summer Calling” and “Rudeboy” to considerable acclaim, but it was their third single with the new label, “Nobody to Love,” that earned them their first U.K. No. 1 in 2014. A few months later, they topped the charts again with “Changing,” co-written by Ella Eyre and featuring Paloma Faith. “Higher” (with Labrinth) followed in early 2015, before Edwards and Lenzie embarked on a hugely popular debut headline tour of the U.K. The tandem’s fourth single, “Glitterball” (featuring Ella Henderson), was released in the summer of 2015, followed by the release of their debut album, Life.
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