its pretty gash to be honest.
vocals are meaninglessly average. its a pop song for the radio and fisher price my first festival
still would rather hear this on than some of the other toot that's doing the rounds on the radio.
So first listening i just quickly jumped to the mainpart and heard the energetic piano riffs and their standard tight drums, the quality is good as always, so first i thought i could maybe fit it in a set.
Second listening a recognised how the main part went on with those standard pop vocal shouts and it just got too gay, sorry
i didnt think they could get any worse after using the same break in their past few songs but they have somehow by NOT using it and instead making a tune that sounds as if it has all of 3 things going on in it.
I'd definitely agree that it's nicer to hear mainstream DNB on the radio than half of the generic soulless shit produced now with money being more on the mind than production. I do still enjoy Sigma's stuff though. It helps to expand the scene and draw more people in and it's good to give it DNB more recognition because although people like Sigma are going mainstream DNB still has it's underground scene and when people listen to this they could eventually get into darker stuff. It's starting steps in my mind