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News: Sigala Announces New Album ‘Every Cloud’ And 2023 UK Headline Tour

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News: @SigalaMusic Announces New Album 'Every Cloud' And 2023 UK Headline Tour

British artist, producer and DJ Sigala announces his brand-new album ‘Every Cloud’, which is available to pre-order now alongside a UK headline tour for 2023.

Set to be released early March, ‘Every Cloud’ follow’s up 2018’s ‘Brighter Days’ debut, which was the highest charting dance debut album of that year, making it a BRIT certified breakthrough record with 150k+ sales in the UK alone. The impressive debut album featured a stellar line-up of collaborators that included Kylie Minogue, Paloma Faith, Ella Eyre, Becky Hill + more!

Available on various formats including digital release, vinyl, CD and cassette, ‘Every Cloud’ is set to include another mammoth line-up of guest artists, which are soon to be revealed. Sigala has been teasing the body of work over the past year by releasing a handful of smash singles from the collection, including ‘Lasting Lover’ with James Arthur, ‘Melody’, ‘Stay The Night’ ft. Talia Mar and the David Guetta and Sam Ryder collaboration ‘Living Without You’. Collectively these releases have amassed a staggering half a billion streams and counting.

The announcement of his headline tour continues on from a busy 2022, which saw his triumphant return to the live scene and play to thousands of fans across his sold-out North American tour. Following an unforgettable performance at the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Concert with Ella Eyre, 2023 is set to be another standout for Sigala, who is looking forward to reengaging with his fans and bringing the Sigala experience to more live electrifying shows.

Sigala UK Tour 2023:

Sunday 5th March – 3Olympia, Dublin
Tuesday 7th March – NX, Newcastle
Wednesday 8th March – O2 Academy, Glasgow
Friday 10th March – The Engine Shed, Lincoln
Saturday 11th March – HMV Empire Coventry, Coventry
Wednesday 15th March – Albert Hall, Manchester
Friday 17th March, Electric Brixton, London
Saturday 18th March – Tramshed, Cardiff