New Ellie Goulding Songs 2014 Top 10 Album Tracks Playlist

by Top New Songs 2014 on July 30, 2013

New Ellie Goulding Songs List Latest Albums 2014

Ellie Goulding is the stage name of popular English singer-songwriter and record producer Elena Jane Goulding. She can play some musical instruments such as guitar and drums and sings songs of various music genres such as Indie pop, dream pop, synthpop, folktronica, dubstep, indietronica, and alternative dance. She not only became BBC’s ‘Sound Of 2010′ but also won Brit Awards in Critic’s Choice Award category in the same year. Before her, Adele did the same thing in the year of 2008.

new ellie goulding songs

Ellie Goulding was born as second child of Arthur and Tracey Goulding on December 30, 1986 at a small town called Lyonshall, near Hereford in England. Her parents separated when little Ellie was just five. At the age of fourteen, she started to write music and learnt how to play guitar. Goulding had a keen interest in drama and because of it she was involved in her school’s theater. It was September 2009 when she managed to sign a recording contract with Polydor Records and released her first single titled ‘Under The Sheets’ which peaked at 53rd rank on U.K. Singles chart. She has released only two studio albums till date, but her fans are waiting for new Ellie Goulding songs to be released soon in 2013. Following is the list of all top Ellie Goulding songs as lead and featured artist.

Top 10 Ellie Goulding Songs playlist

  1. Lights
  2. Starry Eyed
  3. Anything Could Happen
  4. Figure 8
  5. Your Song
  6. Guns And Horses
  7. My Blood
  8. The Winter
  9. I Need Your Love
  10. Explosions

New Ellie Goulding Songs 2013

Under The Sheets
Wonderman
Burn
You Don’t Know
Wish I Stayed
High For This
Hanging On
Human
Little Dreams
Home
Fall Into The Sky
Only You
Jolene
A Day At A Time
Only Girl
Summit
Bittersweet
Soho Square
I Know You Care

Ellie Goulding Music 2013

Her music consists two studio albums, fifteen music videos, and five extended plays. Her vocals belongs to soprano vocal range and are full of breathy tone and high piercing vibrato. Goulding’s music is inspired by other artists such as Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Joni Mitchell, Imogen Heap, Rihanna, Lauryn Hill, Ani DiFranco, and Bjork. She also likes songs of Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, and Drake.

top 10 Ellie Goulding songs

Ellie Goulding’s Lights album is her debut album and its title track is dreamy, full of bass and catchy beats. Song ‘Starry Eyed’ by Ellie Goulding was featured in 2010 superhero movie Kick-Ass and also used in British TV soap opera called Hollyoaks. Music video of her song Figure 8 was premiered on her official YouTube channel and has coloured and black-and-white shots.

Ellie Goulding Albums & Extended Plays

  • Lights (2010) – studio album
  • An Introduction To Ellie Goulding (2009) – EP
  • iTunes Festival: London 2010 (2010) – EP
  • Run Into The Light (2010) – EP
  • Live At Amoeba San Franscisco (2011) – EP
  • Halcyon (2012) – studio album
  • iTunes Festival: London 2012 (2012) – EP

In her personal life Ellie Goulding is a keen runner who aims to run some miles daily. She invited few of her fans with help of her facebook fan pages to support her 2nd extended play Run Into The Light in seven cities during her UK tour. Goulding took part in Nike Women Half Marathon in Washington, D.C. in 2013. Some of best Ellie Goulding songs are – Lights, Anything Could Happen, Starry Eyed, Figure 8, Guns And Horses, and Your Song.

Ellie Goulding Awards

  • BBC Sound Of 2010
  • BRIT Awards (Critic’s Choice) 2010
  • Glamour Magazine Awards 2011

Since we are ready to give you the top new Ellie Goulding songs 2013 will be launching in near future, we would like to assure you that we will make regular updates to this list which consists of the newest 2013 Ellie Goulding songs releases. Not just her songs and albums but her upcoming concerts and tours. So keep in touch for new updates in the latest Ellie Goulding songs list 2013.

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