In the July 2014 issue of the Sun:Sets radio show, Chicane named the title of his upcoming album: The Sum of Its Parts, which will be released on 16 November 2014. The fourth single from the album is called “Still With Me” feat. British artist Bo Bruce is released today. The original was amazing but the cover, brought to you by Chicane, is even more breathtaking. Accompanied by 5 stunning mixes by Van Hoog, Andi Durrant and Disco Citizens, Chicane is broadened to an even bigger audience within the genres of Drum and Bass, House and of course the always trusted Trance.
Chicane is the group name for British trance musician and remixer Nick Bracegirdle, who first attracted attention under the name Disco Citizens with the Top 40 U.K. hit “Right Here Right Now” in 1995. Changing to Chicane, he reached the British Top 20 in late 1996 with “Offshore.” He then enlisted Clannad’s Maire Brennan for a remake of the Clannad hit “The Theme From Harry’s Game” under the title “Saltwater,” which reached the U.K. Top Ten and became an international hit. The first Chicane album, Far From the Maddening Crowds, was released in 1997. As a remixer, Bracegirdle transformed Bryan Adams’ “Cloud #9” for another major hit in most Western countries. Employing Adams as an uncredited vocalist, he then topped the British charts with “Don’t Give Up.” It was featured on the second Chicane album, Behind the Sun, released in Europe in the spring of 2000. This disc reached the Top Ten in Britain and charted across Europe and in the Far East.