It takes a lot of courage to take on a Sade record and it takes even more to tackle perhaps one of their biggest and most recognisable records. East London based duo Equals are taking on that challenge head first with their own unique take on the Sade classic 'No Ordinary Love', originally released by Sade back in 1992.

A short, sparse introduction is quickly broken by singer Ade Omotayo's booming vocal of those familiar opening lines; "I gave you all the love I got / I gave you more than I could give..." There's a deeper, grittier delivery to the record in comparison to Sade's original; combined with James Low's production efforts, it's enough of a change that not only makes for its own, but manages to stick to and pay homage to the original.

The track is taken from the duo's Old Habits EP, which is out tomorrow, November 20 via US label Fresh Selects and Senseless Records in the UK. The EP includes the previously released title-track which is a "soulful tale of an artist struggling with an addiction to alcohol," and the excellent 'Pyre' which received a visual treatment earlier this year. It's available to pre-order now.