Review: Ellie Goulding gets her groove back with 'Something in the Way You Move'
Ellie Goulding

U.K. singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding premiered the music video for her new single, "Something in the Way You Move," on Feb. 23. She presents the album standout live to a sold-out crowd.

"Something in the Way You Move" is the third single from Goulding's latest album, Delirium. The dance track follows lead single "On My Mind," follow-up "Army" and "Love Me Like You Do" from the 50 Shades of Grey soundtrack. She cuts loose on "Something," a highlight from last year's Delirium.

Goulding penned "Something in the Way You Move" with Greg Kurstin, the producer behind hits by Adele, Kelly Clarkson and Sia. Like on her debut album, Ellie finds herself playing among the synths once again on this dazzling number. In a George Harrison-like awe for a guy that's no good, she sings, "Heart is sinking like a cannonball / Baby, kill it / What are you waiting for?" Goulding gets her groove back with the dark dance track that will surely illuminate the clubs like "Lights" before it.

In the music video for "Something in the Way You Move," Goulding plays the song to a sold-out stadium. The crowd shows nothing but love for her spectacular rendition of the burgeoning hit. She really gets her pop star mojo working.

"Something in the Way You Move" is now available on iTunes and Apple Music. Goulding's Delirium album opened at No. 3 on the Billboard chart last year and it started in the same position in the U.K. She was nominated last month for a Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance for "Love Me Like You Do," but the award ended up going to Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud."