Ellie Goulding New Song 2013: You My Everything [VIDEO]; Halcyon Days Album Release Date August 23; Song Premiered on Skins Fire
By Staff Writer | July 23, 2013 02:59 PM EDT
Ellie Goulding's New Song for 2013, You My Everything, premiered on the British television show Skins Fire.
Ellie Goulding is a British singer-songwriter who was discovered at a college talent show. She will be touring with Bruno Mars in 2013 - perhaps she will play her new song!
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Ellie Goulding's new album is Halcyon. She repackaged the album Halcyon as Halcyon Days and included new songs, such as You My Everything. Halycon days, including Ellie Goulding's new song You My Everything, has a release date of August 23 2013
Ellie Goulding played her songs for the British Royal Family after the Royal Wedding.
Reviews for her album Halcyon describe Ellie Goulding's incredible new songs and voice. According to Neil McCormack of the Daily Telegraph, "Her tremulous vibrato and slightly hoarse timbre have the feel of something primal and folky, her birdlike high notes conveying a childlike wonder while darker tones imply ancient depths of sorrow. She sings like she is strung out on the melody, warbling from a place of desperate emotion. It really is that rarest and perhaps most accidental of gifts: an original voice."
Watch Ellie Goulding New Song 2013 You My Everything here:
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