Sigma and Paloma Faith have toppled Calvin Harris and John Newman off the number one spot this week with their single ‘Changing’.
The summery track features Paloma Faith on vocals and climbed 114 places after it was released last week.
The song marks the drum and bass pair’s second number one hit. They reached the top of the charts earlier this year with ‘Nobody to Love’, a re-mix of Kanye West’s ‘Bound 2’.
Sigma consists of Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie who met at Leeds University back in 2006.
‘Changing’ is Paloma Faith’s first number one and the singer said it was an “amazing achievement.”
“I’ve done three albums so far so it just goes to show that if you hang in there, something’s got to give,” she said.
There was also a new number one in the UK album chart, with The Script’s record No Sound Without Silence beating Barbra Streisand’s Partners.
Both were new entries to the album chart and sent Sam Smith’s debut In the Lonely Hour into third place.
No Sound Without Silence is the Irish pop rock band’s third UK number one album and was announced back in July.
Streisand’s duets album Partners features collaborations with Lionel Richie, Michael Bublé and Elvis Presley.Reuse content