Entitled “The Forgotten,” Green Day seem to be taking the place of Twilight author Stephenie Meyers’ favorite rock band Muse, who are surprisingly absent from the final film’s soundtrack.
“I’m not afraid anymore. It’s gone past that point now. I get scared before shows, but it’s like an adrenaline nervousness excitement.”
It documents the highs and lows of her relationship with an ex. “I just felt like I needed to reground myself, back out in the countryside and not have anything effect me or lose my focus,” the singer says.
Just over a month until The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 hits theaters, the soundtrack listing for the film has been released. Featuring songs by Ellie Goulding, Christina Perri and Green Day, among others, the soundtrack will be out November 13.
The singer also dishes on her inner darkness and her close celeb pal and polar opposite, Jessie J.
The singer makes fun.’s song “Some Nights” her own with a stripped down acoustic version.
In a time where it is easy to let the cat out of the bag via social media, U.K. singer Ellie Goulding is the exception. There were no Facebook status updates or tweets that even hinted at the big news of her being invited to perform at Prince William and Kate Middelton’s royal wedding back on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey.
U.K. singer Ellie Goulding has gone down the unconventional route, by recording her second album, Halcyon, in an old, converted barn instead of a recording studio. She dares anyone to try and outdo her bizarre choice of expression.
The singer lends her voice alongside emotional scenes from Dakota’s new film.
In addition to playing guitar, writing, and singing the songs, Goulding picked up another duty on her newest album: producing. It means she is directing her own art with a depth most artists only dream of.