Ellie Goulding: My new album is an experiment
British pop star Ellie Goulding has revealed she considers her new album 'Delirium' to be an "experiment".
Ellie Goulding considers her new album 'Delirium' to be an "experiment".
The 28-year-old singer is set to release her third studio album on November 6 and has promised she's taken her music to "another level", following the success of 2012's 'Halcyon'.
Ellie, whose new single 'On My Mind' is released today (17.09.15), said: "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."
The eagerly-awaited new album has been written and recorded in the UK, Sweden and the US, and is said to reflect its globe-spanning creation process.
Meanwhile, Ellie revealed the album title relates to all that she's been through until this point in her life and career.
She said: "It can be describing a really happy, crazy state, or it can be the complete opposite. I'm constantly in a state of delirium."
The British star has collaborated with the likes of One Republic's Ryan Tedder, Klas Ahlund and Disclosure's Guy Lawrence on her new album, while she also continued her successful partnership with her long-time writing partner Jim Eliot.
'Delirium' full tracklist:
Something In The Way You Move
Keep On Dancin'
On My Mind
Holding On For Life
Love Me Like You Do
Don't Need Nobody
We Can't Move To This
Lost And Found
Scream It Out
I Do What I Love