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Lights (Ellie Goulding album)

Lights
Studio album by Ellie Goulding
Released 26 February 2010 (2010-02-26)
Recorded 2008–09
Genre
Length 36:51
Label Polydor
Producer
Ellie Goulding chronology
An Introduction to Ellie Goulding
(2009)
Lights
(2010)
Run into the Light
(2010)
Bright Lights cover
Singles from Lights
  1. "Under the Sheets"
    Released: 9 November 2009 (2009-11-09)
  2. "Starry Eyed"
    Released: 21 February 2010 (2010-02-21)
  3. "Guns and Horses"
    Released: 16 May 2010 (2010-05-16)
  4. "The Writer"
    Released: 8 August 2010 (2010-08-08)
  5. "Your Song"
    Released: 12 November 2010 (2010-11-12)
  6. "Lights"
    Released: 13 March 2011 (2011-03-13)

Lights is the debut studio album by English recording artist Ellie Goulding, released on 26 February 2010 by Polydor Records. Goulding collaborated with several producers on the album, including Starsmith, Fraser T Smith, Frankmusik, Richard "Biff" Stannard, Ash Howes, Liam Howe, Fred Falke and Mumford & Sons' Ben Lovett. The album received generally positive reviews from music critics, who complimented Goulding's electronic edge, while less favourable reviews felt the sound was generic. Lights debuted atop the UK Albums Chart with first-week sales of 36,854 copies. In North America, the album charted at number twenty-one in the United States and number sixty-six in Canada. It spawned four singles: "Under the Sheets", "Starry Eyed", "Guns and Horses" and "The Writer".

The album was re-released on 29 November 2010 under the title Bright Lights, including six new tracks. It produced two additional singles—a cover of Elton John's "Your Song", which peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart and became Goulding's second highest-charting single in the UK, and "Lights", which reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and became Goulding's most successful single in the US. Following the reissue, the album saw a surge in sales in both the UK and Ireland. On 8 March 2011, the album was released in the United States with two songs removed and featuring three songs that were previously not available on the original version, but were included on the Bright Lights reissue.

Background

Goulding dropped out of a degree programme at the University of Kent after two years in order to pursue her musical career. She explained to BBC News Wales, "I'd entered a university talent contest and was spotted by some people in the audience".[1] She signed a record deal with Polydor Records in July 2009.[2] However, Goulding opted to release lead single "Under the Sheets" on independent label Neon Gold Records so she would not feel under pressure.[1]

Goulding explained that the album "is made up of songs that all started on a guitar over a period of about two years. A number of the songs vent romantic victories and failures." She revealed that the first song she ever wrote, "Wish I Stayed", is featured on the album.[3] She met chief producer Starsmith after moving to Bromley, London from her home in Hereford. In an interview, she explained, "Meeting Starsmith was a godsend. We're like brother and sister. We fight a lot but you can't get anywhere without creative tension."[1] Goulding worked with producers Starsmith, Frankmusik, Fraser T Smith, Richard Stannard and Ash Howes. The majority of the album was recorded in Starsmith's bedroom in Bromley, London.[4] She told the Daily Star, "Though I write on guitar, I hear the entire sound of songs in my head. And Fin [Starsmith] is someone who understands."[5]

Singles

"Under the Sheets" was released as the album's lead single on 9 November 2009, reaching number fifty-three on the UK Singles Chart.[6] Follow-up single "Starry Eyed", released on 22 February 2010, peaked at number four.[6] "Guns and Horses" was released on 17 May 2010 as the third single from the album, and charted at number twenty-six in the UK.[6] "The Writer", the fourth single, was released digitally only on 8 August 2010, reaching as far as number nineteen on the UK Singles Chart.[6]

Goulding's cover of Elton John's 1970 classic "Your Song" was released as the album's fifth single on 12 November 2010, also serving as the lead single from the Bright Lights re-release.[7] It became Goulding's second highest-peaking single to date on the UK chart, reaching number two.[6] The song was featured in the John Lewis Christmas 2010 TV advert in the UK.[8] The album's title track, which was originally available only as a bonus track from iTunes, was released as the album's sixth single on 13 March 2011,[9] peaking at number forty-nine in the UK.[6] "Lights" was released as the album's lead single in the United States and Canada, peaking at numbers two and seven, respectively.[10][11] By June 2013, the song had sold four million copies in the US.[12]

Promotion

Live performances

Goulding performing in Seattle, Washington on 11 April 2011

She also played live at [16] Goulding performed, for the second consecutive year, at Radio 1's Big Weekend on Saturday 14 May.[17]

Goulding headlined the 2011 Wakestock Festival in Wales, performing on 8 July.[18] In August she, again, performed at V Festival for her second year in a row.[19] On 6 August 2011, Goulding performed at Lollapalooza in Chicago.[20] Goulding performed at the annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert on 11 December 2011 in Oslo, Norway, where she also served on a panel discussion with Amy Lee of Evanescence and Janelle Monáe.[21] On 1 December 2011, Goulding performed at the White House during the National Christmas Tree lighting ceremony, alongside the likes of Big Time Rush and will.i.am.[22] She also was a musical guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on 11 April 2012, performing "Lights".[23] On 18 January 2012, Goulding performed "Lights" on Late Show with David Letterman.[24]

Tour

Goulding toured in support of Lights and supported Passion Pit in March 2010 and John Mayall during his UK tour in May 2010.[25] During the summer she performed at a number of festivals. On 29 May, she performed at the Dot to Dot Festival in Bristol.[26] She performed a set on 25 June at the Glastonbury Festival 2010 on the John Peel Stage.[27] Her third EP was a live recording of part of her set at the iTunes Festival 2010.[28] The whole set was ultimately included as bonus content on the iTunes version of Bright Lights.[29] She made her T in the Park debut on 11 July.[30] She played on the Nissan Juke Arena at the 2010 V Festival in late August.[31] In September she was part of the line-up at Bestival 2010 on the Isle of Wight.[32] In support of the album in Europe she performed on the first day of Pukkelpop in Belgium, at the Open'er Festival in Poland and at Benicàssim in Spain.[33] A track from Lights, "Every Time You Go", was featured in the Vampire Diaries episode "Founder's Day", "Your Biggest Mistake" appeared in an episode of The Inbetweeners,[34] and "Believe Me" appeared in an episode of 90210. In March and April 2011, Goulding embarked on a tour across North America to support the release of Lights in the US.[35]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
Metacritic 65/100[36]
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[37]
The Daily Telegraph 4/5 stars[38]
Drowned in Sound 6/10[39]
The Guardian 2/5 stars[40]
The Fly 3/5 stars[41]
The Independent 3/5 stars[42]
NME 6/10[43]
Pitchfork Media 6.8/10[44]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[45]
Spin 7/10[46]

Lights received generally positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 65, based on 19 reviews.[36] Neil McCormick of The Daily Telegraph praised the "lush electro-dance production of Starsmith", stating it "evokes a gushing, breathless rush of heady emotion that might have benefited from at least a dash of restraint and intimacy."[38] Mike Diver of BBC Music described the album as "an expectations-passing collection that should see fans of the singer's material to date elevating her to superstar status—perhaps not Gaga league, but certainly the equal of the current solo female du jour, Florence Welch", adding that "ballads like 'The Writer' and 'I'll Hold My Breath' retain the glossy attraction of singles 'Under the Sheets' and 'Starry Eyed'."[47] AllMusic's Matthew Chisling commented that the album "lacks the dramatic crash and bang of Florence and the Machine's Lungs, but is certainly a more restrained, compelling listen than the debut records by Pixie Lott and Little Boots", commending Goulding for her ability to "take the best parts of all of her contemporaries' styles and create pleasantly surprising records."[37]

Camilla Pia of The Fly magazine raved, "Packed full of sparkling pop with a folky heart and an electronic edge, the debut is ridiculously infectious; swooping choruses and lyrics of all-consuming love and losing it sticking in your head from first listen."[41] The Independent critic Andy Gill noted that "despite the occasional furtive flourish of acoustic guitar, her work on this debut album is more akin to the retro-synthpop of Little Boots and La Roux, thanks to the thoroughness with which production partner Fin Dow-Smith has smothered her folkie origins under a welter of busily cycling synths and programmed beats."[42] Spin '​s Caryn Ganz referred to the album as "[s]hiny, wholesome dance-pop, with a dash of saucy" on which Goulding "glides through blippy anthems [...], pumping disco [...], and delicate grooves [...] with a pixie-ish voice that's one notch sweeter than Metric's Emily Haines."[46] Pitchfork Media's Stephen Troussé wrote, "Outside of its immediate context, Lights is a sometimes great, always promising debut. It's an album about leaving home, and it works best when the contrast between the folk singer and the pop production chimes with the tensions between the pull of home and the allure of the city."[44] Jody Rosen of Rolling Stone expressed that Goulding has "a classic British folkie's voice—the kind of tremulous soprano that evokes a wintry day on a fog-swaddled moor. But Lights places her vocals and minor-key melodies against producer Starsmith's club-ready mix of synths and brisk, busy electro rhythms. The results are moody [...], pretty [...] and uniformly catchy."[45]

Michael Cragg of musicOMH argued, "For the most part, the strength of the songwriting should keep the doubters at bay, Goulding and producer Starsmith concocting a heady mix of skyscraping choruses, twinkling beats and Goulding's elastic vocals."[48] In a mixed review, Claire Allfree of Metro viewed the album as "undeniably pretty aerated synthpop" and praised songs like "Starry Eyed" ("pulsingly pert") and "The Writer" ("a lilting melodic hook"), but felt that "Goulding's girly, heartfelt voice is oddly depthless, while the electronic vapour and four-to-the-floor house beats swoop in a wash of perfectly calibrated bland sound."[49] In a review for the NME, Mark Beaumont critiqued that "there's nothing here groundbreaking enough to justify the critical frothing. It's largely straight-ahead folk-pop dappled with a mild ground-frost of sequenced beats, Auto-Tune, and synth sizzles."[43] Drowned in Sound's David Renshaw opined that "Lights sounds like a naïve folk album given a blog house remix" and concluded, "Devoid of a true soul or sense of honesty Lights can be a pretty hollow listen."[39] The Guardian '​s Alexis Petridis was unimpressed, dismissing the album as "general acoustic singer-songwriter material".[40]

Commercial performance

Lights debuted at number one on the All Things Must Pass (1971), which fell to number eighteen (although the latter had already spent eight weeks at the summit and was partially affected by a postal strike).[52] Following the release of Bright Lights in late November 2010, the album re-entered the top 100 at number twenty-four, selling 23,629 copies.[53] It ended 2010 as the twenty-sixth best-selling album in the UK,[54] having sold nearly 300,000 copies as of late November 2010.[55] In early January 2011, the album returned to the top ten, where it continued for six weeks.[56][57][58][59][60][61] Following Goulding's performance at the reception party of Prince William and Catherine Middleton's wedding on 29 April 2011, the album returned once again to the top ten on 8 May after an absence of thirteen weeks, jumping from number twenty-three to number ten on sales of 11,981 units.[62] Lights was certified double platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) on 22 July 2013.[63] By January 2014, the album had sold 746,026 copies in the UK alone.[64]

In Ireland, Lights debuted on the Irish Albums Chart at number twelve on 4 March 2010.[65] Following the Bright Lights re-release, the album entered the Irish top ten for the first time, attaining a new peak position of number six on 24 February 2011.[66] Elsewhere, the album reached number eight on the European Top 100 Albums,[67] number twenty-eight in New Zealand,[68] number thirty-five in Norway,[69] number forty-two in Germany,[70] number fifty-four in Belgium[71] and number ninety in Switzerland.[72]

In the United States, Lights debuted at number 129 on the Billboard 200 and at number one on the Heatseekers Albums chart on the issue dated 26 March 2011, selling 4,000 copies in its first week.[73][74] Following a string of US performances, including Saturday Night Live, the album re-entered the Billboard 200 on 21 May 2011, reaching number seventy-six the following week.[75] On the Billboard 200 issue dated 21 July 2012, the album jumped from number 116 to its peak position of number twenty-one with sales of 23,000 copies—an increase of 444% from the previous week.[76] It also reached number twelve on the Digital Albums chart.[77] The album had sold 300,000 units in the US by June 2012.[78] Lights debuted at number seventy-six on the Canadian Albums Chart on 12 May 2011, peaking at number sixty-six the following week.[79] The album has sold 1.6 million copies worldwide.[80]

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Guns and Horses"  
Starsmith 3:35
2. "Starry Eyed"  
  • Goulding
  • Jonny Lattimer
Starsmith 2:56
3. "This Love (Will Be Your Downfall)"  
  • Goulding
  • Starsmith
Starsmith 3:53
4. "Under the Sheets"  
  • Goulding
  • Starsmith
Starsmith 3:44
5. "The Writer"  
  • Goulding
  • Lattimer
Starsmith 4:11
6. "Every Time You Go"  
  • Goulding
  • Fortis
  • Starsmith
Starsmith 3:25
7. "Wish I Stayed"   Goulding Frankmusik 3:40
8. "Your Biggest Mistake"  
Smith 3:25
9. "I'll Hold My Breath"  
  • Goulding
  • Starsmith
Starsmith 3:45
10. "Salt Skin"  
  • Goulding
  • Starsmith
Starsmith 4:17

Personnel

Lights[88]


Bright Lights[89]

Charts

Release history

Lights
Region Date Label Ref.
Ireland 26 February 2010 Polydor [98]
Netherlands Universal [99]
Sweden 1 March 2010 [100]
United Kingdom Polydor [101]
Canada 2 March 2010 Universal [102]
Poland 26 March 2010 [103]
Italy 9 April 2010 [104]
Australia 16 April 2010 [105]
Germany 14 May 2010 [106]
Canada (re-release) 8 March 2011 [85]
United States [84]
Bright Lights
Region Date Label Ref.
Ireland 26 November 2010 Polydor [107]
United Kingdom 29 November 2010 [83]
Sweden 20 December 2010 Universal [100]
Germany 21 December 2010 [108]
Italy 6 January 2011 [109]
Netherlands 7 January 2011 [110]
Poland 1 July 2011 [111]

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