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Sigala at Open Beatz Festival 2016
Background information
Birth name Bruce Fielder
Also known as Sigala
Born (1992-11-01) 1 November 1992 (age 24)
Norwich, Norfolk, England
Origin Norwich, England, UK
  • DJ
  • record producer
  • remixer
Years active 2015–present
Associated acts

Bruce Fielder (born 1 November 1992), known professionally as Sigala, is an English DJ, record producer and remixer from Norwich, Norfolk. He is best known for his 2015 debut single "Easy Love", which samples "ABC" by the Jackson 5. It debuted at number 71 on the UK Singles Chart on 4 September 2015 and jumped to number one the next week. His follow-up single, "Sweet Lovin'", which features Bryn Christopher, reached number 3 in the UK Singles Chart. His next single "Say You Do", which features Imani and DJ Fresh, was released on 18 March 2016 and reached number 5 in the UK Singles Chart.


Sigala's logo

Early beginnings[edit]

Fielder is based at Tileyard Studios in King's Cross[1] but originally hails from Norfolk.[2][3] He first got into music at age 8, when he began to play the piano, which he has up to grade 8. He attended Reepham High School and University of Westminster and has a BA honours degree in commercial music along with attending Norwich City College.[1]

2015–present: Breakthrough[edit]

After leaving university, Fielder was a member of assorted unsigned bands before moving on to mixing and producing works for others,[4] including co-writing "Good Times" by Ella Eyre with Sigma.[5]

His debut single, "Easy Love", came about after Fielder drank a six-pack of Desperados, a tequila flavoured beer, in sheer tiredness and frustration after being asked to perform a thirty seventh mix for a popular artist, and downloaded an a cappella of the Jackson 5's single "ABC".[6] In an interview with the Official Charts Company, he stated that the record was written on a Sunday evening out of a desire to create music for himself outside of the confines of "somebody asking me to create a song that had a certain sound to it or had to be a certain way".[7]

A music video was commissioned for the song which was set in Los Angeles and features Lucky Aces, a Canadian duo composed of 12-year-olds Lucky and AC, dancing along to it; after meeting each other, they challenge a number of child gangs.[8] It was directed by Craig Moore, who said of it that he opted to shoot in Los Angeles due to the "pool of talent that would've been hard to find anywhere else" and that his attention was caught by Lucky Aces after spotting them on The Ellen Show.[9] Within a few days, it had been picked up by Ministry of Sound,[5] and the song entered the UK Singles Chart at number 71, based on streams alone. The following week, it reached number one.[10]

Fielder's second single is called "Sweet Lovin'". Released on 4 December 2015, it reached number 3 in the UK Singles Chart.[11] With vocals from singer-songwriter Bryn Christopher.

Sigala released his third single "Say You Do" on YouTube on 23 January 2016, and the single was released officially on 18 March 2016. The song features a sample of Mariah Carey's "Always Be My Baby" and DJ Fresh with vocals from singer Imani.

Sigala was later reported to be working on his debut studio album, revealing later on that his dream collaborations would be Stevie Wonder and Chris Martin. Shortly after this was announced, his next single "Give Me Your Love", featuring vocals from John Newman and partial production works from Nile Rodgers, was released on 8 April 2016.



As lead artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
"Easy Love" 2015 1 14 10 38 5 3 2 15 8 10 TBA
"Sweet Lovin'"
(featuring Bryn Christopher)
3 11 7 115 15 6 44 29 31
"Say You Do"
(featuring Imani and DJ Fresh)
2016 5 27 48 76
"Give Me Your Love"
(featuring John Newman and Nile Rodgers)
9 83 50 55 46
"Ain't Giving Up"
(with Craig David)
23 61 Following My Intuition
"Only One"
(with Digital Farm Animals)
53 63 96 TBA
"Show You Love"
(with Kato featuring Hailee Steinfeld)[28]
2017 91 86
"Came Here for Love"
(with Ella Eyre)
6 53 56 76 9
58 66 49
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
"Don't Need No Money"
(Imani featuring Sigala and Blonde)
2016 67 77 Non-album single


Title Credited artist(s) Year Peak chart positions Album
"Good Times"[31] Ella Eyre 2015 37[32] Feline and Life


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  4. ^ "The kids in Sigala's music video are seriously impressive dancers". DigitalSpy. 
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  8. ^ "This Week's Fresh Music Top 20". 
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  10. ^ a b c Peaks in the UK
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  26. ^ "ARIA Charts – Accreditations – 2016 Singles". ARIA. 30 June 2016. Retrieved 17 July 2016. 
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  29. ^ "IRMA – Irish Charts". Irish Recorded Music Association. Retrieved 12 August 2017. 
  30. ^ "ARIA Chart Watch #442". auspOp. 14 October 2017. Retrieved 14 October 2017. 
  31. ^ Feline (Media notes). Ella Eyre. Virgin EMI. 2015. 
  32. ^

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