Adding to his accolade of smash singles, British DJ, producer and songwriter, Sigala, has teamed up with Brit Award winner, Paloma Faith to kick-start 2018 with their collaborative track Lullaby released via Ministry of Sound and Sony Music Entertainment Australia. Stream or buy Lullaby now!
2017 was an incredible year for both artists. DJ and producer, Bruce Fielder, aka Sigala, continued to solidify his status as one of the UK's most respected, and influential electronic music producers. Sigala is never shy of collaborating with a diverse range of both emerging and established talents, consistently creating and delivering world-wide dance floor smashes. Former guest vocalists include, Craig David, John Newman and Ella Eyre, who feature on previous tracks, Ain't Giving Up, Give Me Your Love, and Came Here For Love.
On Lullaby, Sigala explains: "This was a track I initially wrote a while ago and I loved it immediately, but knew I needed to find the right person to collaborate on it with. I love to find unique voices, so it was a perfect match when Paloma gotinvolved! I'm so excited to release this one, and it's a great track to preview the sound of my upcoming album."
With 6 platinum singles, 8 million worldwide sales and over 800 million Spotify streams under his belt, Sigala has spent the last 12 months performing in front of some of his biggest audiences to date. On our local shores, Sigala has developed an extremely passionate fan base, with audiences revealing their love for previous single, Came Here For Love (ft Ella Eyre), which has garnered 10 million combined streams, and is certified Gold in Australia. Returning with Lullaby, Sigala continues to prove that he is quite impossible to pigeon-hole, turning his creative hand to multiple genres whilst maintaining his familiar, signature sound.
Since he unleashed his debut #1 UK single Easy Love to the world, Sigala has dominated the UK dance scene, showcasing his skills not only as a producer, but also as a songwriter, consciously sharing his versatile musicality. This isn't the case of DJ-turned-artist, but rather an artist who makes songs first, and DJs later. "I listen to the radio so I like to keep my ear to the ground, but at the same time I don't want to copy myself or recycle the same sound," he says. "I want to show that I can do different things. I want the album to show different sides to me."
A brilliant mix of contradictions, Sigala, is the tech-obsessed muso who also enjoys rally driving and is a jazz-trained pianist. More importantly, he's the humble lad from Norfolk, who's controlling the future of pop-lead dance music one banger at a time. Get ready, things are only just getting started!