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Ellie Goulding

Delirium


Ellie Goulding will release her third studio album ‘Delirium’ on November 6th on Polydor Records. ‘Delirium’ is the follow-up to 2012’s ‘Halcyon’, which cemented Goulding’s status as a global artist. The first taste of the album comes in new single ‘On My Mind. ‘Delirium’ is the sound of an artist at the top of her game. “A part of me views this album as an experiment – to make a big pop album,” she says. “I made a conscious decision that I wanted it to be on another level.”

It has been a whirlwind few years for the singer from Herefordshire. Since the release of her debut ‘Lights’ in 2010. This year’s ‘Love Me Like You Do’ single, meanwhile, was a worldwide Number One hitting the top spot in 70 countries and breaking the record for the most streamed song in one week. Some artists might be inhibited about where to go after such success but Goulding had no doubts: make everything bigger, better and braver.

‘Delirium’ is an expansive pop album that reflects its globe-spanning creation. It was written and recorded in London, Herefordshire, Sweden and Los Angeles. Goulding worked with Max Martin, Greg Kurstin, One Republic’s Ryan Tedder, Klas Ahlund and Disclosure’s Guy Lawrence as well as long-time writing partner Jim Eliot in crafting the defining album of her career, a jubilant and euphoric pop statement. Songs such as ‘Devotion’, ‘On My Mind’, ‘Don’t Panic’ and ‘Don’t Need Nobody’ are monumental anthems that retain a personal intimacy: epic tracks with a heart and soul. That balance is displayed most devastatingly on Army, a track written about her best friend Hannah. The album features 16 tracks, with an additional 6 on the deluxe version. ‘Delirium’ is the work of an artist who is seizing her moment, and has never sounded more assertive and in control.

The album title felt to Goulding like it was the word that summed up everything she’d been through to get to this point. “It can be describing a really happy, crazy state, or it can be the complete opposite. I’m constantly in a state of delirium,” she says. ‘Delirium’ feels like the culmination of all Goulding has experienced. It is the sound of someone taking the triumphs and heartbreaks and fears and joys and channeling them into something powerful and mesmerizing. It’s a talent only the most gifted of artists can reach. Ellie Goulding keeps finding new levels to strive for.

Tracklist
  • 1. Intro (Delirium)
    2. Aftertaste
    3. Something in the Way You Move
    4. Keep On Dancin'
    5. On My Mind
    6. Around U
    7. Codes
    8. Holding On for Life
    9. Love Me Like You Do
    10. Don't Need Nobody
    11. Don't Panic
    12. We Can't Move to This
    13. Army
    14. Lost and Found
    15. Devotion
    16. Scream It Out

    Deluxe Bonus Tracks:
    17. The Greatest
    18. I Do What I Love
    19. Paradise
    20. Winner
    21. Heal
    22. Outside

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