Ellie Goulding was born on December 30, 1986, in England. She is a singer, songwriter, and producer. Ellie is mostly famous for her songs “Your Song”, “Burn”, “Love Me Like You Do”, and “Starry Eyed”.
Ellie learned to play the guitar when she was just 15 years old. When she was a university student, Goulding studied scenic art and discovered electronic music.
In 2009, Goulding signed a contract with Polydor Records and released her debut single “Under the Sheets”. It reached the 53rd spot on the UK Singles Chart and the 91st spot on German Singles Chart. Later that year, Goulding went on a UK tour in support of a young performer Little Boots. Some time later, together with Frankmusik, Goulding released “Wish I Stayed”. The same year Goulding released her debut EP, An Introduction to Ellie Goulding, which wasn’t a big success.
In 2010, fame finally came to Ellie when she released her debut album Lights. The LP sold 1.6 million copies worldwide and went platinum twice. The album topped UK albums chart and reached the 21st spot on Billboard 200. The LP was a success in various countries, including Canada, Ireland, and Germany.