Ellie Goulding is baring it all for her upcoming album, Delirium.
The 28-year-old English singer released the cover art for her third studio album earlier this week and she dropped her new single "On My Mind" on Thursday.
Wearing an oversize fur coat sans a bra or shirt and leaving little to the imagination, the "Burn" beauty strikes a sexy pose and flashes a hint of cleavage as her blond tresses sweep across her face.
Produced by Max Martin (who is also the force behind Goulding's hit "Love Me Like You Do"), the lead single for Goulding's third album has that quintessential Ellie sound: the perfect mix of an upbeat tune and soulful lyrics.
While it's only been hours since Goulding dropped her latest single, many fans have already begun to speculate that the song is about Ed Sheeran, who was rumored to have penned the 2014 diss track "Don't" about his relationship with the "Love Me Like You Do" stunner.
"I'm sorry for all the people who want it to be about someone, it's not," she told MTV News in a recent interview after the reporter noted that "people will probably read into the lyrics." "It's like a myth, there's no one to be thinking about. It's just a fun song and that's the first of its kind because I do like to write about my own experiences."
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Here's a sampling of the songs lyrics:
"It's a little dirty how the whole thing started/ I don't even really know what you intended/ Thought that you were cute and you could make me jealous/ Poured it down, so I poured it down/ Next thing that I know I'm in the hotel with you/ You were talking deep like it was mad love to you/ You wanted my heart but I just liked your tattoos/ Poured it down, so I poured it down."
"I never let it slip," the singer insisted. "What happened was one of the newspapers in England just printed that it was confirmed when it never was. We got in touch, and they took the story down. But obviously the damage had already been done by that point because every other newspaper picked up on it. So I never actually confirmed it."