FRESH: ‘Brighter Days’ – Sigala

Three years after his single “Easy Love” topped the chart, DJ and producer Sigala releases his debut album

by Christopher Smith

It’s not often someone from my home town of Norwich gets into the charts. First there was Cathy Dennis, then Beth Orton, and in the last three years, 25 year old DJ and producer Bruce Fielder aka Sigala. So it’s refreshing to see a local lad doing well and keeping the East Anglian music flame burning ‘bright’.

It was in 2015 that Sigala first came to prominence with his anthem “Easy Love” that topped the UK singles chart and proved successful across Europe and in Australia too, selling over a million copies in the process.

He followed “Easy Love” with a string of dance smash hits including “Sweet Lovin” with Bryn Christopher, “Give Me Your Love” with John Newman and Nile Rodgers, and “Came Here For Love” with Ella Eyre.

In 2018 he co-wrote (with Jess Glynne) and produced “Lullaby” with vocals provided by Paloma Faith, which has taken the charts by storm across much of the globe.


“Brighter Days” is released on 21st September.

1. “Brighter Days” – 3:55
2. “Came Here for Love” (with Ella Eyre) – 3:23
3. “Feels Like Home” (with Sean Paul and Fuse ODG featuring Kent Jones) – 3:39
4. “Just Got Paid” – 3:40
5. “We Don’t Care” (with The Vamps) – 3:27
6. “You Don’t Know Me” – 3:14
7. “Somebody” – 3:43
8. “Lullaby” (with Paloma Faith) – 3:24
9. “Ain’t Giving Up” (with Craig David) – 2:37
10. “What You Waiting For?” (with Kylie Minogue) – 4:13
11. “Sweet Lovin'” (featuring Bryn Christopher) – 3:22
12. “Revival” – 3:11
13. “Give Me Your Love” (featuring John Newman and Nile Rodgers) – 3:30
14. “All for Love” – 3:55
15. “Say You Do” (featuring Imani and DJ Fresh) – 3:22
16. “Easy Love” – 3:47

Sigala is also touring the UK in October at the following venues:
18 October 2018 – Newcastle, O2 Academy
19 October 2018 – Birmingham, O2 Institute
20 October 2018 – Manchester, Albert Hall
21 October 2018 – Glasgow, O2 ABC
22 October 2018 – Dublin, Olympia Theatre
25 October 2018 – London, Electric Brixton
26 October 2018 – Bristol, O2 Academy

And then there’s THAT collaboration with a certain Australian megastar! We’ve been given a sneak preview on Instagram, but will it make the album? Will it be released as a single?
We can only hope and pray…!




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