One of the most versatile singer-songwriter-emcees the scene has produced, Youngman does a lot more than DnB. When he does return to his junglist roots, though, it's always a bit special. Fresh from treating us to a reworked garage classic with Sorry, this time, it's something completely original. And completely unexpected. This version, one of three to be released, throws the rule-book right out the window. It's at 174 bpm, sure, so inventive selectors could definitely weave it into their sets, but, beyond that, this twists drum 'n' bass music in a direction you probably haven't heard before.. Here, the focus is on Youngman's vocal, a haunting, soul-infused delivery, structured with a simple refined elegance. Underpinning this is a swirl of filtered pads laying our the chord pattern, a fragile percussive bassline and the almost invisible phantom of distant drums. This is a musician's tune, a few elements expertly combined and woven together by the songwriter's craft. Youngman's clearly happy to stand apart from the crowd and push genre boundaries, and that makes his next moves very exciting.