Music: Sigala teams up with The Vamps for new single We Don't Care

Adding to his enviable back catalogue, British DJ, Producer and songwriter Sigala reminds us that the 'Summer of Sigala' is far from over with new track 'We Don't Care', featuring The Vamps, released 27th July, via Ministry of Sound.


'We Don't Care' is another summer anthem-in-the-making, as bouncing, electronic beats intertwine with pulsing synths and a soaring, singalong chorus line courtesy of lead singer Bradley Simpson of The Vamps. The track was co-written with Sigala by Ella Eyre - who appeared on his hit single 'Came Here For Love' last year - and The Six, known for their work with Clean Bandit and Marshmello. 

2018 has already been an incredible year for Sigala, having so far seen him release the Top 10, Platinum-selling single 'Lullaby' featuring Paloma Faith, launch his album and 'Summer of Sigala' with a star-studded party in Ibiza, perform at Capital Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium, compose the music for the BBC's World Cup football coverage, and most recently release the single 'Feels Like Home'. There is more on the horizon too, with DJ shows across the UK, Europe and America and his debut album 'Brighter Days' out 21st September with a UK tour in October to follow.

Fans can pre-order his debut album now. The tracklisting is below, with more collaborations to be revealed.

Brighter Days
Came Here For Love with Ella Eyre
Feels Like Home with Fuse ODG and Sean Paul feat. Kent Jones
Just Got Paid
We Don't Care with The Vamps
You Don't Know Me
Lullaby with Paloma Faith
Ain't Giving Up with Craig David
What You Waiting For
Sweet Lovin feat. Byrn Christopher
Give Me Your Love feat. John Newman & Nile Rogers
All For Love
Say You Do feat. Imani & DJ Fresh
Easy Love

Brighter Days
Ministry Of Sound

Sigala's UK tour for October will call at the following venues:
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

Tickets are on sale now from