We’ve all heard of Ellie Goulding. You’ve certainly heard her breakthrough hit, “Lights,” and probably songs like “Burn,” “I Need Your Love,” and “Love Me Like You Do.” But what else do you know about this talented songstress from the suburbs of England? Ellie Goulding has been playing music since she was young, and her varied influences have helped her develop a unique style. Her music blends folk with electronic music, combining synthpop and folktronica with indie pop. Ellie also boasts a distinctive, recognizable voice. At times her voice reaches high, clear chirps, at other times turning raspy and raw.
There’s a lot more to Ellie than the hit singles you’ve heard on the radio. If you delve into her discography, you’ll find an incredible range of songs. (You’ll also notice she tends to offer generously lengthy tracklists!)
Here’s a playlist of 25 songs from Ellie Goulding that you need to know. Along with some of her best singles, we’ve also included some excellent album tracks that deserve more recognition. Get stared with these songs:
From her debut album, Lights:
- “Guns And Horses”
- “Starry Eyed”
- “Under The Sheets”
- “The Writer”
From her sophomore record Halcyon and its re-release, Halcyon Days:
- “Anything Could Happen”
- “Figure 8”
- “I Know You Care”
- “Only You”
- “Goodness Gracious”
- “Hearts Without Chains”
- “Under Control”
From her 2015 album, Delirium:
- “Love Me Like You Do”
- “Something In The Way You Move”
- “Lost And Found”
- “Keep On Dancing”
- “Don’t Panic”
- “Scream It Out”
- “The Greatest”
What do you think of these 25 songs? Any tracks we should have included instead? Let us know in the comments below.
Now that you’re a little more familiar with her music, we know you’ll want to delve into Ellie’s three albums. She has a handful of other recordings released as part of soundtracks that you’ll want to hear, too. We also recommend checking out some of Ellie’s hard-to-find bonus tracks (“Let It Die,” “Two Years Ago”).
Keep checking back here for all the latest Ellie Goulding music news, as well as more introductory playlists for a range of bands and singers. We also offer plenty of other blogs, playlists, news stories, and in-depth looks at albums and songs.
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