Bonkflick soundtrack artiste Ellie Goulding’s released a load of info about her new album, ‘Delirium’. We had to put the artwork in a grey square because we couldn’t find a big version, apols.
Ellie first revealed the album title 880 days ago, as you do.
— Ellie Goulding (@elliegoulding) April 19, 2013
The first proper single is the Max Martin collaboration ‘On My Mind’, which was on the radio this morning and in keeping with #newmusicthursday is already on Spotify.
and she’s also worked with Greg Kurstin, Ryan Tedder, Klas Ahlund and Guy out of Disclosure, plus Jim Eliot. The album’s out on November 6 — a classic #Q4 release date.
The tracklist is this.
1 Intro (Delirium)
3 Something In The Way You Move
4 Keep On Dancin’
5 On My Mind
6 Around U
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
14 Lost And Found
16 Scream It Out
17 Spectre Of Our Love <<< NOT REALLY THIS IS A JOKE, CALM DOWN
17 The Greatest
18 I Do What I Love
Here is a quote from her. We have copied and pasted it from the press release.
“A part of me views this album as an experiment – to make a big pop album. I made a conscious decision that I wanted it to be on another level.”
Here’s another quote from her, this time chatting about the title.
“It can be describing a really happy, crazy state, or it can be the complete opposite. I’m constantly in a state of delirium.”
So there you go.
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