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Delirium is the third studio album by English singer and songwriter Ellie Goulding; it was released on 6 November 2015, by Polydor Records. Music critics were generally impressed by the overall production of the record, although were ambivalent in regards to its originality. It debuted at number three on the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200, earning Goulding her highest-charting record in the latter country and her highest first-week sales figures in both territories.
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Ellie Goulding Wants Girls to Know “Everything Is Goin...

Ellie Goulding Wants Girls to Know “Everything Is Going to Be Okay”! ​Seventeen’s latest cover star knows how hard growing up can be.​ Check out what Ellie had to say about how tough she knows being a teenager is now, and then find out tons more — about her struggles with body confidence and anxiety, her friendship with Taylor Swift, and her upcoming Delirium tour — in the April issue of Seventeen, on newsstands March 15!

Ever have one of those days where the mean girl in your head just wouldn’t shut up? Our April cover star Ellie Goulding has been there before, which is why it’s so important to her that her music has a positive message.

“I don’t want girls to get to my age and feel like they’re not pretty enough, not thin enough, or they’re not good enough for something or someone,” Ellie told us. “I’m naturally compassionate — that’s something I really like about myself. I always consider other people before myself, and I think that’s what I try to do with my music.”

So, if you ever listen to Ellie songs and feel like she just gets you, know that she totally does.

“I want to write lyrics that girls can relate to,” she says. “I’m a girl; I know how hard it is… If girls are anything like me when I was a teenager, then I want them to know everything is going to be okay.”

Also, check out everything Ellie had to say when she opened up about Niall Horan and Ed Sheeran!

First, she addressed her relationship with Niall.

“We’re still friends,” she shared. “We went on a few dates, and it was really fun. He’s a really, really lovely guy. He’s got the biggest sense of humor, he’s very caring, and I see him as a genuine friend in the industry.”

She also shut down that old rumor that she dated Ed Sheeran… and that even crazier rumor that she wrote “On My Mind” about him. (The lyric that sparked everything: “You wanted my heart, but I just liked your tattoos.”)

“We’ve known each other for a few years,” she said about Ed. “I think he’s a really nice guy and a brilliant musician. We’ve bumped into each other and we’ve hung out and stuff, but the thing is if I hang out with someone, it’s instantly like I’m ‘dating’ them. We were never in a relationship. My song is not about him.”

More recently, she’s been dating McFly bassist Dougie Poynter on and off.

seventeen.com

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Ellie Goulding Rides with Derek Blasberg to a Burberry Show

See what gets the British singer flustered in the latest installment of Conversations in the Backseat. Directed by Dan Magee; audio by Phil Walker; edited by Nikhil Shah.


Ellie Goulding Rides with Derek Blasberg to a Burberry Show

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Ellie on life, men and the Spice Girls for The Resident

‘I’m just tired of being cynical’… As she embarks on a world tour, Marylebone local Ellie Goulding reflects on where she is in life right now.

So Ellie, you have called your new album Delirium. When was the last time you were in delirium?
I feel like I might be in it right now. It’s more of a regular thing for me. It’s just a word that seems fit for my life. My life is pretty crazy at the moment. So it can be surprised as a state of happiness, you know, deliriously happy, deliriously crazy, sad… I don’t know, it just kind of sums up the album.

The album sounds really huge, like almost every song on there could be a number one hit, like On My Mind. Was that the aim when you were making this?
I wanted to explore being a pop artist a bit more. I think my obsession with pop is those songs that you can imagine on a film or on a soundtrack. I think most people remember their films through music and through the soundtrack, and I loved the idea of making songs where each one has its own powerful meaning. Like even if I think of a song now, like Holding On For Life, it’s about being in that kind of final passionate fear of losing each other.

But then like Codes is about the early stages of a relationship where you just want that person to communicate with you properly because so many people go through that situation not knowing what the other person is thinking. You can’t read someone’s mind. And so it goes from everything from seemingly quite trivial human things to quite serious ones. I still managed to encapsulate all of that on this record but still be a pop artist and take it to the next level.

Do you think that guys usually do talk in codes?
I think people talk in codes – it’s a coping mechanism. Sometimes we all find it hard to be completely honest with ourselves and with other people and it’s kind of about that….. (MORE)

Ellie Goulding is at The O2 Arena from 24-25 March, for tickets see elliegoulding.com

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Ellie Goulding: What’s On Your Mind?

Will Best joins Ellie Goulding, following her smash single ‘On My Mind’ to find out exactly what is on her mind!

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Ellie Goulding’s Cordial Breakup With Electronic Dance Mus...

“I was obsessed with murder,” the British pop singer Ellie Goulding said of her childhood recently while regarding a diorama of taxidermied antelope at the American Museum of Natural History. This 28-year-old musician, known for her breathy, ethereal singing voice, said that her father collected books about true crime, “so I knew everything about Jack the Ripper, even the Yorkshire Ripper, Ted Bundy, Charles Manson.”

Growing up in public housing in the tiny parish of Lyonshall in western England, Ms. Goulding cherished school visits to the Imperial War and Science museums in London, a three-hour drive from home. “It was expensive,” she said, “and such a special occasion to go there.” These days, her status as one of England’s most celebrated pop stars has made her cultural expeditions less of a rarity. Last November, she rented the Natural History Museum in London — now just down the road from her home — for a private nighttime tour, a birthday gift for her boyfriend, Dougie Poynter, the bassist in a band called McBusted.

The occasion made tabloid headlines in England; Ms. Goulding is a frequent subject of fascination in the British gossip news media. The minutiae of her outfits, outings and relationships are chronicled as obsessively in the United Kingdom as, say, Khloe Kardashian is covered here. With the release of her third album, “Delirium” (Cherrytree/Interscope), on Friday, Nov. 6, Ms. Goulding may make a similar leap in the United States.

This album marks a shift from a sound fusing opaque electronics and lilting organic elements to full-on pop music, the kind of shiny, compact hooks that come from working with pop masterminds like the songwriters and producers Greg Kurstin and Max Martin. (Mr. Kurstin is responsible for Adele’s “Hello” and Mr. Martin for the Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face,” two of the biggest hits of the year.) The first “Delirium” single, “On My Mind,” produced by Mr. Martin, is a jumpy midtempo track on which Ms. Goulding’s florid trills are edited down to a high-pitched clip. It has already cracked the Top 20 of Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.

Ms. Goulding has made radio smashes before — “Lights,” “Love Me Like You Do,” the Calvin Harris collaboration “I Need Your Love,” all Top-20 hits — but in the past she’s preferred soft anthems that showcased her exceptional voice, a quivery soprano whose closest antecedent is perhaps Kate Bush. She began writing songs at a young age, and at 21, she met the young London producer Starsmith, whom she had contacted via Myspace; by 2009, a series of songs she had composed had become her debut album, “Lights.” That record’s success made her the kind of star who is asked to perform at the wedding reception for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and at the White House for President Obama.

Though her early work veered toward folk pop, her penchant for electronic elements made her songs attractive for remixes, and Ms. Goulding developed a reputation as a sort of crown princess of electronic dance music, or EDM. “She was a lot different from the major pop singers in America,” Mr. Kurstin said. “A lot of people who didn’t really like pop music but who liked electronic music liked her. Now pop singers are a little more electronic, but Ellie really stood out on the scene.”

FULL ARTICLE : nytimes.com

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Ellie Goulding Says Her REAL Girl Squad Is NOT Taylor Swift&...

Ellie Goulding talks about her new album, her reaction to Calvin Harris’ Armani underwear campaign, her boyfriend Dougie Poynter’s underwear and confesses that her real girl squad is not Taylor Swift’s to Joshington Post!

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Ellie Goulding On Writing Anthems For Women

Taken from Ellie Goulding #ChartShowChat premiering on Tuesday 20th October at 9pm only on Chart Show. Sky 365, Freesat 500

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