Ellie Goulding is about to release the brooding 'Figure 8' as her next single. The slow-burning pop song will hit U.K. retailers on Dec. 16, according to Goulding herself, who tweeted the news along with the cover art, which shows a close-up of the singer pensively staring into the distance.
Sometimes love just ain't enough. Dubstep DJ Skrillex and his singer girlfriend Ellie Goulding have reportedly ended their incredibly long-distance relationship. She is largely based in the U.K., while he is in the U.S., meaning their was an ocean between them, making it increasingly difficult to be together. Boo!
Last night, Ellie Goulding took the stage at 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' for her first U.S. performance of 'Anything Could Happen.' The track is her lead single off of her second album, 'Halcyon,' and Goulding's smoky and angelic vocals were hypnotizing as she sang the upbeat, synthy, piano-driven tune.
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“There were times when I felt like I was having a heart attack."
Gearing up for the heavily anticipated 'Halcyon,' Ellie Goulding is making the press rounds and dropping some truth bombs about fame and how her life has been affected by it. The 'Lights' singer, who is usually pretty private, opened up quite a bit in a new interview with The Sun -- revealing everything from her anxiety issues to her relationships with Skrillex and the ex who inspired the breakup record.
Ellie Goulding's hit single 'Lights' has the dubious honor of being one of the slowest-climbing songs to ever reach the top of the charts. 'Lights' debuted in the Hot 100 in May 2011 and finally reached No. 2 this past August -- 15 months later. The leisurely success of the song, a highlight of the British singer's 2010’s debut album of the same name, put plans for her follow-up LP, 'Halcyon,' on hold.