The uplifting song will be the first single off her forthcoming album Halcyon, out in the U.S. on October 9th.
Ellie Goulding’s single “Lights” is racing up the charts, but it seems like America is a little late to the party. Watching the song hit for a second time feels like deja vu for the British singer.
Maybe there’s some romantic notion about payphones in Europe because Ellie Goulding confessed that she’s been known to use them in a pinch as well.
On Kelly Clarkson’s summer tour with The Fray, the singer’s taking requests. CBS Local has a couple of ideas.
The British singer may have roots in left-of-center music, but says the two pop artists are her favorite American performers. Find out how they will influence her new album, out in October.
Her fear of the dark, linked to insomnia, may be what gets creative types like Goulding out of their beds and into writing, even in the wee hours of the morning.
Ellie Goulding’s newest fans are unexpected — a Swedeish metal band called One Thought, who recently posted a metal cover of her song “Lights” on YouTube.
Things weren’t always easy for the singer: “I remember having to call up from a payphone the person’s house I was going to,” Goulding said. “My phone had been blocked so I couldn’t pay the phone bill.”
Dubstep mastermind Skrillex and his English pop-star girlfriend Ellie Goulding have been reportedly recording with Dutch dance producers Swedish House Mafia.