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Fred Again
Fred eating tropical Skittles
Fred eating tropical Skittles
Background information
Birth nameFrederick John Philip Gibson
Also known asFRED, Fred again.., Fred Gibson
Born19 July 1993 (1993-07-19) (age 30)
Balham, South London, England
OriginLondon, England
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Record producer
  • multi-instrumentalist
  • singer
  • songwriter
  • remixer
Years active2010–present
Labels
WebsiteOfficial website

Frederick John Philip Gibson (born 19 July 1993),[1] known professionally as Fred Again (stylised as Fred again..) or simply Fred (stylised as FRED), is an English record producer, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and DJ. He frequently collaborates with other artists and in 2023 was nominated for Best New Artist at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards.

Early life and education[edit]

Born in 1993 in Balham, London SW12, he is the second son of barrister Charles Anthony Warneford Gibson KC (born 1960),[2] and Mary Ann Frances née Morgan, elder daughter of Sir John Morgan KCMG and the Hon. Fionn O'Neill, only daughter of the Anglo-Irish aristocrat and financier Shane, 3rd Baron O'Neill, and British socialite Ann née Charteris[3] (who married secondly Viscount Rothermere, and finally James Bond creator Ian Fleming).[3]: 4124  Descended from Huntingdonshire gentry on his father's side, through his mother Fred's ancestry comprises the Earls of Dundonald, the Earls of Wemyss and March, the Marquess of Crewe, the Dukes of Somerset as well as many other peerage and baronetage families.[4]: 3012 [3]: 4124 

Gibson attended the private boarding school Marlborough College in Wiltshire, England, between 2006 and 2011.[5][6]

Career[edit]

Aged 16, Gibson joined an a cappella group at Brian Eno's studio in London, who was his family's neighbour at the time.[7][8][9] In 2014, he collaborated as co-producer and songwriter with Eno and Karl Hyde on their two project albums Someday World and High Life (songwriter only). Also in 2014, Gibson participated in that year's Red Bull Music Academy, held in Tokyo, Japan.[10]

In 2018, George Ezra's song "Shotgun", co-written by Gibson, reached No. 1 on the charts, remaining in the top 3 for 12 consecutive weeks. Later, in the same year, Gibson was also credited with co-writing "Solo" by Clean Bandit featuring Demi Lovato, and gained further success with Rita Ora's song "Let You Love Me".[11] Gibson is credited with writing and/or producing 12 of 15 of Ed Sheeran's 2019 No.6 Collaborations Project, with credited songs featuring for a total of 14 weeks at No. 1 on the charts.[11]

Gibson won Producer of the Year at the Brit Awards 2020.[12] He is the youngest producer to ever win the title. The win was voted for by a group of industry-wide A&R executives and was then selected by the Music Producers' Guild.[13][14]

On 23 June 2023, Gibson made his first appearance at Glastonbury Festival.[15][16]

Actual Life and other various projects[edit]

In 2019, Gibson began a project titled Actual Life, in which he collects samples from various sources – such as voice memos, clips from social media, and music by other artists – and incorporates them into original tracks.[17] Gibson released the first of these albums, titled Actual Life (April 14 - December 17 2020), in April 2021, which he described as a "collaborative diary" reflecting his life experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.[18] He released a follow-up, Actual Life 2 (February 2 - October 15 2021), later that year in November.[19][20]

In July 2022, Gibson performed a set for Boiler Room in London. The same week, he released the single "Turn On the Lights again.." with Swedish House Mafia, which samples Future's 2012 single "Turn On the Lights".[21][22][23]

Gibson's third solo studio album, Actual Life 3 (January 1 - September 9 2022), was released on 28 October 2022.[24] It was preceded by five singles: "Danielle (Smile on My Face)", "Bleu (Better with Time)", "Kammy (Like I Do)", "Delilah (Pull Me Out of This)" and "Clara (The Night Is Dark)".

Gibson's debut tour, which ran between October 2022 and February 2023 stopped in Europe, America,[25] New Zealand and Australia.[26] Prior to this tour, he'd done sporadic pop up shows and festivals starting in late 2021,[27] such as the above-mentioned Boiler Room and going B2B with Swedish House Mafia.[28]

In a TikTok stitch on 31 January 2023 with user "@maddysb99", Fred confirmed that his name "Fred Again.." came from a line (courtesy Doug Booth) in the live action movie Scooby-Doo where Fred, in the voice of Daphne says: "I'm Fred Again..".[29]

On 4 January 2023, Fred and Skrillex released their collaboration "Rumble" featuring Flowdan.[30] Following this, Fred, Skrillex, and Four Tet played three more shows from 5–7 January across different London venues.[31]

On 18 February 2023, Gibson played at a sold-out Skrillex show alongside Four Tet at New York City's Madison Square Garden. Having announced the performance in the same week as the show, the trio played a warmup set in Times Square the day before.[32]

On 10 April 2023, Gibson appeared[33] on NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts.

On 24 April 2023, the trio played the final set of Coachella after being listed on the lineup as "TBA", a last-minute addition following the departure of Frank Ocean.[34]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Solo[edit]

List of albums, with release date, label shown and selected chart positions shown
Title Album details Peak chart positions
UK
[35]
AUS
[36]
BEL
(FL)

[37]
GER
[38]
IRE
[39]
LIT
[40]
NLD
[41]
NZ
[42]
SWE
[43]
SWI
[44]
Actual Life (April 14 – December 17 2020) 79 41 65
Actual Life 2 (February 2 – October 15 2021)
  • Released: 19 November 2021
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Formats: Digital download, streaming, vinyl
70
Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022)
  • Released: 28 October 2022
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Formats: Digital download, streaming, CD, vinyl
4 8 10 27 2 29 11 6 48 40

Collaborative[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions
UK
[35]
AUS
[46]
BEL
(FL)

[37]
NZ
[47]
Gang
(with Headie One)[48]
49
Secret Life
(with Brian Eno)
  • Released: 5 May 2023
  • Label: Text Records
  • Formats: Digital download, streaming, CD, vinyl[49]
84 57 26

Compilation albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions
BEL
(FL)

[37]
IRE
[39]
NZ
[50]
USB 192 53
[51]
35

Extended plays[edit]

Title Details
Actual Life
  • Released: 15 May 2020
  • Label: Again.. Records
  • Formats: Digital download, streaming

Singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[35]
AUS
[52]
IRE
[39]
NLD
[41]
NZ
Hot

[53]
"Kyle (I Found You)" 2019 Actual Life
"Charades"
(with Headie One)[54]
2020 57 Gang
"Marnie (Wish I Had U)" Actual Life
"Gang"
(with Headie One)
51 Gang
"Jessie (I Miss U)" Non-album single
"Don't Judge Me"
(with FKA Twigs and Headie One)
2021 Gang
"Marea (We've Lost Dancing)"
(with The Blessed Madonna)
36 41 11 Actual Life (April 14 – December 17 2020)
"Dermot (See Yourself in My Eyes)"
(featuring Dermot Kennedy)
"Baxter (These Are My Friends)"
(with Baxter Dury)
Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022)
"Billie (Loving Arms)" 46
[57]
Actual Life 2 (February 2 – October 15 2021)
"Hannah (The Sun)"
"Homies"
(featuring Henry Wu)
Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022)
"Faisal (Envelops Me)" Actual Life 2 (February 2 – October 15 2021)
"Lights Out"
(with Romy and HAAi)
2022 USB
"Admit It (U Don't Want 2)"
(with India Jordan)
"Jungle" 78 52 61
"Turn On the Lights again.."
(with Swedish House Mafia featuring Future)
27 71 23 [A]
"Danielle (Smile on My Face)" 61 41 Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022)
"Bleu (Better with Time)"
"Kammy (Like I Do)" 14
"Delilah (Pull Me Out of This)" 35 25 8 [B] 16
"Clara (The Night Is Dark)" 62 43 6
"Strong"
(with Romy)
28 Mid Air
"Rumble"
(with Skrillex and Flowdan)
2023 19 32 29 2 Quest for Fire, USB
"Mike (Desert Island Duvet)"
(with The Streets and Dermot Kennedy)
78 44 11 Non-album single
"Baby again.."
(with Skrillex and Four Tet)
52 70 44
[60]
[C] 3 USB
"Adore U"
(with Obongjayar)
4 41
[62]
1
[63]
80 3 TBA
"Ten"
(with Jozzy)
16 13
[64]
[D] 2
"Leave Me Alone"
(with Baby Keem)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released.

Other charted songs[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
NZ
Hot

[53]
"Eyelar (Shutters)" 2022 13 Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022)
"Kelly (End of a Nightmare)" 17
"I Saw You"
(with Brian Eno)
2023 28 Secret Life
"Secret"
(with Brian Eno)
39
"Enough"
(with Brian Eno)
20

Additional credits[edit]

Fred has a lengthy discography, with regular releases since 2014.[66][67] The discography tables below chronicle some of them.

2014–2016[edit]

Year Artist Title Album
2014 EnoHyde "Titian Bekh" Someday World
"Celebration"
"Brazil 3"
"Big Band Sound"
"To Us All"
"When I Built This World"
"Who Rings the Bell"
"Mother of a Dog"
"Strip It Down"
"Witness"
"A Man Wakes Up"
"Daddy's Car"
"The Satellites"
"Cells & Bells" High Life
"On a Grey Day"
"Time to Waste IT"
"DBF"
"Moulded Life"
"Lilac"
"Slow Down, Sit Down & Breathe"
"Return"
2015 Roots Manuva "Hard Bastards" Bleeds
"Don't Breathe Out"
"Cargo"
"Stepping Hard"
"Me Up!"
"I Know Your Face"
"Fighting For?"
"Knee Jerk"
Ellie Goulding "Around U" Delirium
"We Can't Move to This"
2016 Charli XCX feat. Lil Yachty "After the Afterparty" Non-album singles
M.O feat. Kent Jones "Not in Love"
M.O "Who Do You Think Of?" Who Do You Think Of? EP
Stefflon Don "Dem Neva Warn Ya" Real Ting
"16 Shots"

2017–2019[edit]

Year Artist Title Album
2017 Abra Cadabra feat. Burna Boy and Jelani Blackman "Lemme At Em" Non-album single
Little Mix "Is Your Love Enough?" Glory Days: The Platinum Edition
Jax Jones feat. Ina Wroldsen "Breathe" Snacks EP
2018 Maisie Peters "In My Head" Dressed Too Nice for a Jacket EP
"Worst of You" Non-album single
Mr Eazi and Chronixx "She Loves Me" Life Is Eazi, Vol. 2 – Lagos to London
Mr Eazi feat. Mo-T "Property"
Mr Eazi "Yard & Chill"
Shawn Mendes "Fallin' All in You" Shawn Mendes
Ray BLK "Run Run" Empress
Burna Boy feat. Lily Allen "Heaven's Gate" Outside
George Ezra "Shotgun" Staying at Tamara's
Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato "Solo" What Is Love?
Rita Ora "Let You Love Me" Phoenix
Jess Glynne "Rollin" Always in Between
Octavian "Stand Down" Spaceman
2019 Westlife "Better Man" Spectrum
Ellie Goulding "Sixteen" Brightest Blue
BTS "Make It Right" Map of the Soul: Persona
Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber "I Don't Care" No.6 Collaborations Project
Ed Sheeran feat. Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock "Cross Me"
Ed Sheeran feat. Khalid "Beautiful People"
Ed Sheeran and Travis Scott "Antisocial"
Ed Sheeran feat. Camila Cabello and Cardi B "South of the Border"
Ed Sheeran feat. Stormzy "Take Me Back to London"
Ed Sheeran feat. Eminem and 50 Cent "Remember the Name"
Ed Sheeran feat. Young Thug and J Hus "Feels"
Ed Sheeran feat. Ella Mai "Put It All on Me"
Ed Sheeran feat. Paulo Londra and Dave Nothing on You
Ed Sheeran feat. Meek Mill and A Boogie wit da Hoodie "1000 Nights"
Mist feat. Fredo "So High" Non-album single
Stormzy "Big Michael" Heavy Is The Head
Stormzy feat. Aitch "Pop Boy"
Stormzy feat. Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy "Own It"

2020–present[edit]

Year Artist Title Album
2020 Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran "Those Kinda Nights" Music to Be Murdered By
Jayda G "Both Of Us" Non-album-Single
AJ Tracey and Mabel "West Ten" Flu Game / High Expectations
Ed Sheeran "Afterglow" Non-album Single
Romy "Lifetime" Non-album Single
2021 Ed Sheeran Bad Habits[68] =
"Shivers"
"Overpass Graffiti"
"The Joker and the Queen"
"First Times"
"Collide"
"Stop the Rain"
"Love in Slow Motion"
"Be Right Now"
2022 Aitch and Ashanti "Baby" Close to Home
Swedish House Mafia "Calling On" Paradise Again
2023 P!nk "Trustfall" Trustfall
Ed Sheeran "F64" Non-album Single
Sam Smith ft. Ed Sheeran "Who We Love" Gloria
Skrillex, Boys Noize "Fine Day Anthem" Non-album Single

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Awards Work Category Result
2016 Ivor Novello Awards "Cargo" (Roots Manuva) Best Contemporary Song Nominated[69][70]
2018 A&R Awards Fred Again Songwriter Of The Year Nominated[71]
2019 Ivor Novello Awards "Shotgun" (George Ezra) PRS For Music Most Performed Work Nominated[72][73]
2020 Brit Awards Fred Again Producer of the Year Won[74]
2021 Grammy Awards "Both Of Us" (Jayda G) Best Dance Recording Nominated[75]
2022 Brit Awards Fred Again Best Dance Act Nominated[76]
DJ Mag Best of British Awards Best Live Act Won[77]
Grammy Awards "Bad Habits" (Ed Sheeran) Song of the Year Nominated[78]
Libera Awards "Stay High again.." Best Dance Record Nominated[79]
2023 Brit Awards Fred Again Artist of the Year Nominated
Dance Act Nominated
Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022) Album of the Year Nominated
A&R Awards Fred Again Producer Of The Year Pending
Songwriter Of The Year Pending
"Adore U" (with Obongjayar) Song Of The Year Pending
2024 Grammy Awards Fred Again Best New Artist Pending
"Strong" (with Romy) Best Dance/Electronic Recording Pending
"Rumble" (with Skrillex featuring Flowdan) Pending
Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022) Best Dance/Electronic Album Pending

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Turn on the Lights again.." did not enter the Single Top 100, but peaked at No. 11 on the Single Tip chart.[58]
  2. ^ "Delilah (Pull Me Out of This)" did not enter the Single Top 100, but peaked at No. 23 on the Single Tip chart.[59]
  3. ^ "Baby again.." did not enter the Single Top 100, but peaked at No. 28 on the Single Tip chart.[61]
  4. ^ "Ten" did not enter the Dutch Single Top 100, but peaked at number four on the Single Tip chart.[65]

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