The 'Explosions' singer gets a bunch of extras who help her light up the runway in her new music video.
British singer/songwriter Ellie Goulding premieres the music video for her new single "Burn", written and produced by OneRepublic's frontman Ryan Tedder. First recorded by British pop-R'n'B singer Leona Lewis, Goulding's version was released a couple of days ago becoming her latest single following "Explosions" and "I Need Your Love" with DJ Calvin Harris, both from her album "Halcyon".
The four-minute visuals features Goulding singing from what appears to be an airport runway, where she eventually meets up with an enormous group of extras who place an equally countless number of lamp balls across the wide area. As the camera pans out to an aerial view of their "glowing" stunt, Goulding's initials enclosed in a triangle or pyramid symbol done in lights appears.
Apart from the said music video, Goulding also asked her fans to record short clips "showcasing how much you and your friends mean to each other, and post it to Vine and Twitter using the hash tag "#ellieburnvine." The submitted footage will then be included in a fan video that will also be released for "Burn".
Goulding is set to release a repackaged edition of her October 2012 album "Halcyon" on August 23, entitled "Halcyon Days". The forthcoming album will serve as an updated version of latest LP, and will contain ten tracks that include "Burn" and "You, My Everything", a song featured in an episode of British teen drama series "Skins".
Ellie Goulding's "Burn" music video