Ellie Goulding Wants To “Keep On Dancing”: Listen To The New ‘Delirium’ Track

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Ellie Goulding‘s Delirium album is only three days away, but the singer continues to drop tracks to keep fans buzzing. The latest, titled “Keep On Dancing,” premiered on BBC Radio 1 with host Annie Mac today (November 3) — and Ellie calls it one of her favorites.

Co-written and produced by Ryan Tedder, it is an euphoric hip-shaking groove that displays a sultrier side of Ellie. “You can hurt me/ I’ll find another/ You can love me/ You’ll be my lover/ Happy, in rain or thunder/ Baby I keep I keep on, I keep on, I just keep on dancing,” she croons over a Middle Eastern-inspired electronic production that is intercut with sweet whistle notes.

“Keep On Dancing” is the latest off DeliriumEllie Goulding’s third studio LP. It follows tracks like “Something In The Way You Move,” lead single “On My Mind,” “Army” and buzz track “Lost And Found.” Look out for the album on November 6 via Cherrytree/ Interscope Records, and get into “Army” below via BBC Radio 1.

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