My new album will be bigger, more daring: Ellie Goulding

London, July 21 (IANS) Singer Ellie Goulding has assured that her third studio album will definitely be out later this year and its going to be “bigger”, “more ambitious” and “daring”.

The singer has been working with Max Martin and frequent collaborator Jim Eliot on the follow-up to 2012’s “Halcyon”, following the worldwide success of her Fifty Shades of Grey single “Love Me Like You Do” earlier this year, reports digitalspy.co.uk.

“I don’t really know why this word seems appropriate but it’s definitely bigger,” Goulding told Billboard of her new music.

“Whether that means it’s more adventurous, or a bit more ambitious, or a bit more daring, I don’t know. But I’m certainly taking on something a lot bigger than I have before and sonically it’s a lot bigger.

“I feel like there were maybe certain restrictions on the last album. But I’m at a point now with this album where it’s just taken on a new life now of its own and I can’t stop it,” she added.

She also says that the album might be out during her birthday too.

“So that album is coming out and what people make of it I don’t know, but it is coming. It’s nearly finished and it will be out this year. Even if it’s out on December 30, which is my birthday, it will be out this year,” she said.

Meanwhile, the star has been tipped to have recorded the new James Bond theme, which is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

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