BRIT-nominated British DJ, producer and artist Sigala, alongside UK artist Becky Hill as vocalist and songwriter, will release new single 'Wish You Well' on the 24th May via Ministry of Sound.

'Wish You Well' is the first set of new music from Sigala following the release of his debut album Brighter Days that came out in the autumn of last year. The album featured 'Lullaby,' the sixth most played track on UK radio last year, and the number one single 'Easy Love,' whilst Brighter Days is already a BRIT Certified Breakthrough album, officially silver status selling over 60k in the UK alone and was the highest charting dance debut album of last year.

British Artist and Songwriter Becky Hill is one of the UK's upcoming stars and hitmakers, known for writing and singing soul-stirring tracks like 'False Alarm' with Matoma, UK #1 single 'Gecko (Overdrive)' with Oliver Heldens, certified Platinum top ten hit 'Afterglow' with Wilkinson and 2018's UK top 20 gold certified hit 'Back & Forth' with Jonas Blue and MK, Becky's second collaboration with MK, following the pair's success with their 2016 Gold certified hit 'Piece of Me' (over 75 million streams). 2018 single 'Sunrise In The East' and latest single "I Could Get Used To This" have received praise from tastemakers including Popjustice, Scott Mills and Annie Mac.

Speaking of the new music, Sigala said: "I have had so much fun working on this new track. Growing up I was massively into trance, from the likes of Tiesto and Armin Van Buuren. I took inspiration from this part of my life for my new track Wish You Well. I have always wanted to work with Becky, we just needed the right song, and we both love this one so much, I hope everyone enjoys it too!"

Having played a sold out UK headline tour to coincide with the album release, Sigala has announced he will be playing Radio 1's Big Weekend on the 25th May, the Capital Summertime Ball on the 8th June and will be headlining the Capital Weekender Stage at the SW4 festival on Saturday 24th August.

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