Wanderlust (Sophie Ellis-Bextor album). Wanderlust (stylised as ШАNDԐЯLUЅT) is the fifth studio album by English singer and songwriter Sophie Ellis-Bextor, released on 20 January 2014 by EBGB's. It was featured as BBC Radio 2's "Album of the Week" on 18 January 2014.
The British singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor has released six studio albums, one extended play, one video album, twenty-one singles (including eight as a featured performer) and seventeen music videos. Ellis-Bextor debuted in 1997 as frontwoman of the indie music group theaudience, whose single "I Know Enough (I Don't Get Enough)" reached the top twenty-five on the United Kingdom singles chart.
Country: UK. Released: 20 Jan 2014. Wanderlust (Deluxe Wandermix Version) (17xFile, MP3, Album, Dlx, P/Mixed, 320).
You think you know me? You don’t. I’m in a dodgeball team. Yeah, a dodgeball team.
Sophie Michelle Ellis-Bextor (born 10 April 1979) is a British singer, songwriter and model. She first came to prominence in the late 1990s, as the lead singer of the indie rock band Theaudience. After the group disbanded, Ellis-Bextor went solo, achieving widespread success in the early 2000s. Her music is a mixture of mainstream pop, disco, nu-disco, and 1980s electronic influences.
net Trailer directed by Sophie Muller. better than any electro pop stuff this album. your voice is perfect for these kind of songs. the second track is so damn amazing!!!!wish i have this album on my hands. 5 years ago. Brighton Pier, haha? 5 years ago. Ya se que quiero de Regalo! : D.
Album · 2014 · 11 Songs. More By Sophie Ellis Bextor. See All. Read My Lips. Trip the Light Fantastic. Not Giving Up On Love - EP.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor was never quite at home in sequins. As last year’s series of ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ proved, she can have a stab at most things and chances are she’ll make impressive strides – but there was something about her regal jawline and disinclination for whooping that was at odds with the bawdy hoopla of Bruce Forsyth’s Saturday night extravaganza. The same goes for her music. Ellis-Bextor’s career highs have come when she has taken her haughty hue and used it to stand out in the world of throwaway electro-pop. The album’s rowdiest number, ‘13 Little Dolls’, breaks the spell a little with its incongruous, Amy McDonald-esque ‘rock-out’ guitars. Better is ‘Love Is a Camera’, which builds towards a gypsy polka finish with an increasingly frantic piano accompanying Ellis-Bextor’s mischievous vocal (‘Run, run away from the house on the hill, There’s a witch in the house and she’s living there still!’).
Sophie Ellis-Bextor being the queen of disco dance pop this album has a more rock & ballad feel to it is quite refreshing to hear with some dark undertones which indicates to me that she is expanding to a broad range of music she is achieving. From start to finish every song has a hook this a fantastic album from Sophie, if you are looking for any of her disco dancey numbers well I'm afraid you will be disappointed as this is currently the direction she is taking .