Sigala boasts an impressive early musical background, after learning to play the piano at 8 years old, he achieved grade 8 only a few years later. He spent his teens first listening to jazz, then the likes of Pendulum, Sub Focus, Fatboy Slim and The Prodigy. After he finished Westminster University, he spent a year or two in unsigned bands, before deciding he wanted to be in the studio, writing and producing for himself and others.

After he finished university, the allure of playing gigs in unsigned bands on the toilet circuit was beginning to wear off and Sigala found himself wanting to be in the studio, writing and producing more and more for others. Fast-forward a mere eight months later and Sigala's ascent found him at Tileyard Studios, surrounded by all those artists that he adored as a student who are all residents there (Pendulum + Sub Focus). It was when he was asked to do a 37 th mix for a well-known artist that he decided to make a life change. Tired and frustrated he reached for a six-pack of Desperados (a tequila flavoured beer) and he turned on his computer to download an acappella of the Jackson 5's 'ABC'. It was then that the monster 'Easy Love' was born. Within a few days it had been picked up by Ministry of Sound.

With digital streaming figures in excess of 300 million & worldwide sales reaching 2 million, Sigala's rapid rise has seen him become one of the most successful dance producers of the decade. His debut single 'Easy Love' debuted at No.1 in the UK, and is now certified Gold in both the UK and Australia. His follow-up, 'Sweet Lovin', stayed in the UK Top 20 for 12 weeks and has now gone Gold in the UK and Australia too. His most recent single, 'Say You Do',debuted at No.5 in the UK, making it Sigala's third UK top five single.

Ahead of his debut Australian tour, Sigala now drops his biggest track yet, 'Give Me Your Love', featuring John Newman and Nile Rodgers. Bump 'Give Me Your Love' plus his other hits below.