Kylie Minogue has a brand new banger on Sigala's debut album 'Brighter Days'

Kylie has teamed up with the 'Lullaby' hitmaker for a mammoth new tune.

2018-05-24

Kylie Minogue may have gone country on her latest album Golden, but the disco queen is set to return to her dancefloor roots on Sigala's debut album.

Minogue 49, has teamed up with the 'Lullaby' hit-maker for a brand new banger which will appear on the British DJ and producer first LP Brighter Days, which is set for release on September 21.

The record was announced during a special 'Summer of Sigala' event in Ibiza on Tuesday (May 22), where collaborators, songwriters and press (including Attitude) were treated to an exclusive first listen - and we're happy to confirm that Kylie's new number goes OFF. 

Sigala and Kylie first began working tgoether during recording sessions for Golden, and the collaboration was originally vaunted as Ms. Minogue's next lead single before the album took its eventual country turn.

 

"The song we've done I've always loved and she sounds amazing on it so I really don't want that to go to waste," Sigala told the Daily Star earlier this year.

"It's classic Kylie, when she sang on it it was like this huge '90s sound, very up her street, big piano sounds."

After securing huge chart hits with 'Sweet Lovin'', 'Easy Love' 'Came For Here For Love' featuring Ella Eyre and 'Lullaby' featuring Paloma Faith, Sigala has provided the soundtrack the British summer since 2015.

Of the tracks to come on Brighter Days, the Norfolk-born DJ says: "They’re songs that I’m really proud of and I’m really happy they’re able to see the light of day.

"If I’d just kept releasing singles that would have never happened."

Sigala is also set to tour the UK later this year to coincide with the album's release. Check out the dates and venues below:

Thursday 18th October – Newcastle O2 Academy 1
Friday 19th October – Birmingham O2 Institute
Saturday 20th October – Manchester Albert Hall
Sunday 21st October – Glasgow O2 ABC
Monday 22nd October – Dublin Olympia Theatre
Thursday 25th October – London Electric Brixton
Friday 26th October – Bristol O2 Academy