SIREN Returns With an Energetic New Single

The prodigious drum & bass producer, known for her charging style of music, has returned with a powerful single with Stuart Rowe.

Although we’re a little late to the party, better late than never, right? Defining her creative path with a supremely energetic style of productions, Gemma Dobson, aka SIREN, is a drum & bass force to be reckoned with. Making her debut in 2020, SIREN has put her name amongst the most prodigious drum & bass talents thanks to her turbulent soundscapes, flawless mixdowns and heart-stopping DJ sets, while receiving support of some big names in the scene.

Having dropped a series of solid singles in 2022 along with performances at the iconic Printworks in London and the Tomorrowland music festival, SIREN has sounded her drum & bass alarm with an energetic new single called ‘Dark Nights’ featuring Stuart Rowe.

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SIREN’s new single highlights how she feels about the track. Merging dirty bass riffs and a dramatic build, SIREN unleashes a menacing drop over Stuart Rowe’s vocals, which underpin the emotive undercurrent of the record. Speaking about the single, SIREN stated, “I have been waiting for the right time to release this track and feel that now is the right time for it to have its place in my producer timeline.”

‘Dark Nights’ has received heavy support from prominent drum & bass tastemakers such as Charlie Tee on BBC Radio 1 and Mollie Collins on Kiss FM. The tune also follows the same style of SIREN’s growing back catalog, showcasing her signature sound, which is now forging its place within the wider ecosystem of drum & bass.

Having previously shared stages with the likes of Chase & Status, Andy C, Netsky, and Pendulum, to name a few, we will see SIREN push herself forward once again, setting her sights even higher in 2023. The rising producer is also currently working on her debut EP, so don’t take your eyes off SIREN’s drum & bass artistry.

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