A snippet of the song plays underneath intense scenes from the movie, which finds Washington playing a man who inadvertently takes on the Russian mafia.
With a little help from Girls star Lena Dunham, Sia recreates her video for “Chandelier” on ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers.’ Well sort of.
After debuting 1000 Forms of Fear, her upcoming sixth LP, with kick-off single “Chandelier,” Sia opts for a more subdued sound on her followup, “Eye of the Needle.”
Sia Furler has one of the best voices in all of music hands down, in my opinion. For me, personally, it’s a close race between Sia and Chan Marshal, a.k.a. Cat Power, for best voice. One of […]
You can take a break from swinging from that chandelier — Sia has released new details about her forthcoming album, 1000 Forms of Fear.
If anyone expected Sia’s desire for anonymity to dissipate with the release of her first music video in four years, their hopes have been dashed by “Chandelier.” The award-winning songwriter, whose pen has been the force behind mega-hit songs for Rihanna, Katy Perry and Beyoncé, to name a few among many, is finally stepping out with another solo record of her own, 1000 Forms of Fear.
The tropical track, which was written by Sia and Kelly Clarkson collaborator, Greg Kurstin, has her speaking a little Spanish, rapping about sangria and saying things like, “I want you to love me long time.”
Local Flavor: Los Angeles’ Brooke Candy’s Releases Video For The Sia-Written Song “Opulence,” Features Lady Gaga’s Costume Guru
Los Angeles-based performer, rapper, blinged-out bad girl with a hidden feminist message, Brooke Candy, is on her way to success. Her latest slight-NSFW video, “Opulance,” was directed by one-time and longtime Madonna collaborator, Steve Klein, and features a wardrobe full of latex and jewels courtesy of Lady Gaga’s former style designer during his Born This Way-era, Nicola Formichetti.
At first listen, you might mistake Sia’s new song “Chandelier” for something by Rihanna. And you’re not off the mark to think so.
“Louder really encompasses my experiences over this past year and my journey as an artist up to this point. There’s a lot of emotion but it’s also very encouraging and hopeful—it’s about pushing forward and living your life in a way that’s louder, stronger and bolder,” she said.