REVIEW: Ellie Goulding – ‘Higher Than Heaven’

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The album’s title is not a drug reference but some have taken that way ha-ha. Ellie Goulding has created a pleasurable pop palette with quite catchy and over-produced, colorful tunes with Higher Than Heaven.

Goulding’s music on Higher Than Heaven deals with the usual themes of love, relationships, and self-discovery. The lyrics on Higher Than Heaven are introspective and personal, and her voice has a haunting quality that draws you in. The songs are uplifting and embody empowering messages, making her shine particularly well on this album.

There is nothing groundbreaking about the album but it’s well-produced and fans of pop will certainly find it exciting. Listen to the full album below:

For those of you that don’t know Ellie Goulding (you must be living under a rock)—she is an English singer, songwriter, and record producer who has achieved global recognition for her music. Goulding’s unique voice and her ability to blend genres like pop, folk, and electronic music have made her a prominent figure in the industry.

Goulding’s debut album, “Lights,” released in 2010, was a commercial success and earned her critical acclaim. The album features her signature sound, which combines her ethereal vocals with electronic beats and folk-inspired instrumentation. It spawned hit singles like “Starry Eyed” and “Lights,” which topped charts in the UK and other countries.

Since her debut, Goulding has released several successful albums, including “Halcyon” (2012), “Delirium” (2015), and “Brightest Blue” (2020). She has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the industry, such as Calvin Harris, Diplo, and Juice WRLD.

Overall, Ellie Goulding is a talented artist who has made a significant impact on the music industry. Her unique sound, powerful vocals, and introspective lyrics have earned her a loyal fan base and cemented her place as one of the most influential pop stars of her generation.

RATING: 6/10

Sounds: like over-produced pop

Feels: like laying on a memory foam mattress while chewing on bubble gum

Tastes: too sweet


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