You’ve Changed (Sia song)

“You’ve Changed” is the lead single released from Sia Furler’s 2010 album We Are Born. “You’ve Changed” was originally co-written and released in 2008 by American DJ/producer Lauren Flax, which was then re-recorded for Sia’s 2010 album, We Are Born. The single was announced through a Twitter update that Sia posted. The song was given away for free and was released on 28 December 2009. On 31 January 2010 the song peaked at number 31 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, becoming Sia’s highest charting single on that chart until her 2014 hit Chandelier. The song was placed 72 on the Triple J Hottest 100 countdown in 2009.

In the United States, the original Lauren Flax version reached number 47 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart in April 2010. It was also one of the songs used in the Season 1 finale of The Vampire Diaries.

Where I Belong (Sia song)

“Where I Belong” is a song by Australian singer Sia. It was released as the third single from her 2004 album, Colour the Small One in August 2004.

“Where I Belong” was scheduled to be included on the soundtrack for the film Spider-Man 2; however, owing to a record label conflict, it was withdrawn at the last minute.[1]

Unstoppable (Sia song)

“Unstoppable” is a song by Australian singer-songwriter Sia Furler (often referred to mononymously as Sia), taken from her seventh studio album This Is Acting (2016). The song was written by Sia and Christopher Braide, and produced by Jesse Shatkin. It was released as the album’s final promotional single on January 20, 2016. In July, a brand new version of Sia’s Unstoppable was made for Gillette’s 2016 Olympic ad campaign, “Pretty Isn’t Perfect” which features a verse from Pusha T.[1][2][3]

Soon We’ll Be Found

“Soon We’ll Be Found” is a song by Sia Furler. Released on 13 October 2008, “Soon We’ll Be Found” is Sia’s third single from Some People Have Real Problems (2008). The single is only available for download in the UK, but the music video for “Soon We’ll Be Found”, in which Sia signs the lyrics in American Sign Language, was featured on the United States iTunes Store main page when it became the free music download of the week of 4 November 2008. Sia performed the song on Later… with Jools Holland on 7 October 2008,[2] and on the Late Show with David Letterman on 13 November 2008.[3]

Little Man (Sia song)

“Little Man” is a song by Sia. It was released in the United Kingdom and Ireland in September 2000 as the second single from her album, Healing Is Difficult (2001). ‘Little Man’ was remixed by the UK garage artist Wookie (under the alias Exemen) and was a popular club hit in 2000.[1]

In an interview in 2014, Sia spoke of her admiration for Amy Winehouse and said Amy covered the song at the Chateau Marmont Hotel and told Sia ‘That’s one of my favourite songs’.” [2]

The Greatest (Sia song)

“The Greatest” is a song by Australlian singer Sia featuring American rapper Kendrick Lamar The single was released on 6 September 2016 through Monkey Puzzle Records and RCA Records as the lead single from her upcoming eighth studio album, We Are Your Children. The song was written by Sia alongside Greg Kurstin who also produced it with AJ Santos (Yektro). The video for the single features dancer Maddie Ziegler, and was directed by Daniel Askill for RadicalMedia.[1][2] Commercially, the single has reached the top five in several countries, including Australia and the United Kingdom.

Don’t Bring Me Down (Sia song)

“Don’t Bring Me Down” is a 2003 song by Australian singer Sia Furler. It was released in Australian in November 2003 [1] (and in the United Kingdom on 9 February 2004) as the first single from her third studio album Colour the Small One (2004). The track was written by Sia and Blair MacKichan who had recently worked with Will Young’s on his Brit Award winning song, “Your Game”. The track received little promotion and did not chart.

In the video The making of Colour the Small One, Sia explains: “I hadn’t done drugs for a period of time before writing that song. It was about having a really horrible comedown off ecstasy, and the concept of being abandoned before you get to sleep – being the last one high when everyone else has gone to bed.” [2]

The track is included on the soundtrack for the film 36th Precinct[3] and a number of compilations including, “Songbirds”, Chillout Sessions, Vol. 6 as well as Sia’s 2007 live album, Lady Croissant.[4]

Clap Your Hands (Sia song)

“Clap Your Hands” is a 2010 single from Sia’s fifth studio album We Are Born (2010).[2] The song was written by Sia Furler and Samuel Dixon, and produced by Greg Kurstin.

At the 2010 ARIA Music Awards the album was nominated for Album of the Year, Best Pop Release and Best Independent Release. “Clap Your Hands” was nominated for Single of the Year.[3] Sia and co-writer Samuel Dixon were nominated for Song of the Year at the 2011 APRA Music Awards for songwriting, for their work on “Clap Your Hands”.[4][5] It was voted at number 13 in the annual Triple J Hottest 100 poll in Australia.[6]

Kris Moyes won best video for Sia’s video for “Clap Your Hands”.[7]

The song was remixed by Diplo. In keeping with her quirky sense of humour, Sia has been known at live shows to refer affectionately to the song as ‘Crap Your Pants’.

Chandelier (song)

“Chandelier” is a song by Australian singer Sia from her sixth studio album, 1000 Forms of Fear (2014). Written by Sia and Jesse Shatkin and produced by Shatkin and Greg Kurstin, the song was released on 17 March 2014 as the lead single from the album. It is an electropop song, featuring electronica, R&B and reggae influences. Lyrically, the song has a melancholic theme, detailing the demoralisation and rationalisation of alcoholism through the typical thought process of a “party girl”.

“Chandelier” received mainly favourable reviews from music critics, who praised Sia’s songwriting and vocals. The single attained chart success, reaching the top five on record charts in 20 countries including France, Italy, Poland, Norway, Australia and New Zealand. In the United States, the single peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Sia’s first single as a lead artist to appear on the Hot 100, and has sold over 2 million copies in the country. The song received 4 nominations at the 57th Grammy Awards for Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance, with its video receiving a nomination for Best Music Video.[2]

A music video for the song, directed by Sia and Daniel Askill, and choreographed by Ryan Heffington, features dancer Maddie Ziegler. It was well received and has been viewed on YouTube more than 1.4 billion times, becoming one of the most viewed YouTube videos ever posted. In support of the single and 1000 Forms of Fear, Sia, often with Ziegler, performed “Chandelier” on a number of television shows, including The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Late Night with Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Saturday Night Live, and at 57th Grammy Awards.

Buttons (Sia song)

“Buttons” is a song by Sia Furler. “Buttons” was released as a promotion single in 2007[1] and as the fourth and final official single from her 2008 album, Some People Have Real Problems. The song is a bonus track on the Australian edition and a hidden track (following “Lullaby”) on the international edition of the album.

Re-mixes were released in the US on 25 November 2008[2] and a 1-track digital single in New Zealand on 9 February 2009 through Spinnin Records.[3]

The Chris Lake Vocal Mix is included on the album, “Ultra Music Festival 03″[4] The CSS remix is included on the album, “Triple J Hottest 100, Vol. 17″[5] after coming in at number 50 in the annual poll.[6]

Breathe Me

“Breathe Me” is a 2004 single by Australian singer Sia Furler featured on the album Colour the Small One. The single has sold over 1.2 million copies in the United States.[1]

Rolling Stone called the song “delicate and haunting”.[2]

In the United Kingdom, “Breathe Me” peaked at number 71 on 1 May 2004.[3] The single also reached number 19 in Denmark in 2011 and number 81 in France in 2012.[4][5] In the United States, the track charted at number 24 on the Rock Digital Songs, a component chart on the Billboard magazine.[6]

Alive (Sia song)

“Alive” is the lead single from Australian singer and songwriter Sia’s seventh studio album This Is Acting (2016). It was co-written by Sia, Adele, and Tobias Jesso Jr.[3] The song was produced by Jesse Shatkin. “Alive” was released on 25 September 2015. The song was originally intended for Adele’s third studio album, 25, along with “Bird Set Free”. However, since Adele decided not to use the songs, she let Sia use them for her seventh studio album. Rihanna also rejected the song. Musically, it is a midtempo synthpop song.

On 22 September 2015 Sia posted a tweet on Twitter which hinted that the single would be released on September 25. The next day she released a 15-second preview of the music video on her VEVO account. The song achieved moderate commercial success, reaching the top 40 in over 15 countries, including Spain, Belgium and France. In the UK, the song 30 on the UK Singles Chart. The song reached number 56 on the Billboard Hot 100, failing to reach the upper half of the chart. The music video for the song was released on 5 November 2015. It has received over 100 million views.

The song received generally positive reviews, with critics praising Sia’s powerful, electrifying vocals. Sia has performed the song multiple times on camera, including The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Saturday Night Live, and The X Factor.

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