Ellie Goulding's recording resolution
Ellie Goulding wants to start working on her second album - the follow-up to her debut effort 'Lights' - in January
Ellie Goulding wants to go "somewhere remote" in the New Year to start work on her new album.
The 'Starry Eyed' singer is looking forward to writing some new songs for her second LP in 2011, but insists she needs to take some time out of her hectic schedule and devote herself to the creative process.
The 23-year-old pop star - whose debut effort 'Lights' was released in March 2010 - said: "I think we're going off to America in 2011, but I need to get somewhere quite remote and start the process of writing my next record. I'm going to start in January."
The British musician has also revealed her highlight of 2010 was when she played the world famous Glastonbury music festival in June.
She added: "I remember a few years ago I tried to get on an open mic stage at Glastonbury and I couldn't even get on that bill, so to be able to go and perform on the John Peel stage was really such an honour, and I was really well received.
"I think that was the moment I thought, 'This is it, I can really prove myself now.' "