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- Song Name: Chandelier
- Artist Name / Band Name: Sia
- Produced By: Greg Kurstin & Jesse Shatkin
- Album Name: 1000 Forms of Fear
- Release Date: March 17, 2014
- Genre: Pop
- Record Label: Inertia, Monkey Puzzle, RCA
- Written By: Jesse Shatkin & Sia
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Sia – Chandelier Review
It was No. 1 in Israel and France and debuted at No. 11 at the US Billboard Hot 100, making it Sia’s first ever top 40 songs as a solo recording artist.
The single was lifted from her sixth CD, ‘1000 Forms of Fear.’ She co-wrote the song with Jesse Shatkin. So that was the initial reaction to it? Many observers say that it is phenomenal. It hints of an electropop nature with elements of reggae and electronica. But what stands out the most was the singer’s vocal performance, which remains exemplary.
In terms of the message, no one can complain about the message. It has a melancholic theme that details rationalization and demoralization of alcoholism in the point of view of a so-called ‘party girl.’ You might want to hear it sober.