Ellie Goulding has penned a new song for fellow recording artist Lea Michele.
“Heavenly” is earmarked for inclusion on Michele’s sophomore studio collection, “Places,” which will arrive on April 28 via Columbia Records.
Goulding wrote the song with production duo Richard “Biff” Stannard and Ash Howes, who previously teamed up with the British singer/songwriter on “Lights,” which peaked to number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart, and “Ritual,” taken from the artist’s 2012’s album, “Halcyon.”
Additionally, Goulding co-wrote Diana Vickers’ “Remake Me + You,” “Jumping into Rivers” and “Notice” alongside UK producer Guy Sigsworth.
The “Love Me Like You Do” star’s upcoming fourth album – featuring productions and songwriting contributions from Noel Zancanella, Justin Tranter, Nate Campany, RAYE, Andrew Jackson, Ilsey Juber, and BloodPop – is expected to hit stores and online outlets later this year via Polydor Records,
On the other hand, Michele’s current promotional single “Anything’s Possible” – which was co-written by Maureen “MoZella” McDonald and Timothy “Tim” Myers – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.
Watch the music video for “Lights” below.