In 2015, author-composer Bruce Fielder went from making music in his room in rural Norfolk to dominating the British music scene with his blend of dance-pop tinged with house music. Two years later, he’s back and ready to release the first single of his upcoming album Lullaby, which will feature Paloma Faith.
It was his sampling of Easy Love by the Jackson 5 that changed Bruce’s life for the first time, giving him a colossal number one in 2015. At the time, Bruce worked as a song writing machine, having tasted success as a co-author for the Ella Eyre hit “Good Times”, but ended up losing his inspiration for the orders artists placed. Then a six-pack of Desperados changed his life: after a weekend spend alone (and a little bit drunk), Easy Love was born without a reflection process, totally naturally! The single that followed, “Sweet Lovin'”, featuring Bryn Christopher, was an even bigger success: it was an original creation that reached the top 5, that proved that Bruce was more than just a producer of mash-ups.
Although Bruce more than proved that he was an artist capable of creating a sound that can be appreciated both in clubs or at home on Spotify, Lullaby reaffirms him as an author-composer in the realest sense of the word – an artist who is able to show the various facets of his talent.