Ellie Goulding played 2 nights at Terminal 5 w/ St. Lucia (pics)
photos by Robert Altman
Ellie Goulding @ T5, 1/21/2013
VICE: What are you doing differently from the Lights Tour with the Halcyon Days Tour?
Ellie Goulding: It's way more "live." There's hardly anything on track anymore. Not that there really was before, but everything is like live now. Everything is live and everything is the right kind of sound, but it's also something visual. I wanted there to be a proper band as well for the performances. The smallest things amuse me, like the fact that Simon plays bass and there will be this trigger where the string reverberates and you can make that really cool dubby "womp womp" sound. I can't really describe it, but it's a really cool sound. And I'm doing a bit more with my voice and stuff. I'm adding "Hanging On," which I've never done before. It's just going to be way more happening. It's a bit more of a show than before.
Have you added anything strange to your tour rider?
No, just healthy stuff. I'm really boring; I should say something strange
Rising UK dancepop singer Ellie Goulding just wrapped up her two-night stint at Terminal 5 with St. Lucia opening. We've got pics from the first night (1/21) in this post. Did you go to one of the shows? How was it? While here, Ellie woke up early to appear on ABC's Good Morning America on Tuesday (1/22), performing her hit "Anything Could Happen." You can watch that, along with more pictures, below...
Ellie Goulding - "Anything Could Happen" on GMA