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Watch: Ellie Goulding Makes US TV Debut With ‘Anything Can Happen’ On Fallon

Written by Mike Hohnen on October 12, 2012

You’d have to be partying pretty damn hard these days not to take notice of the UK’s Ellie Goulding. Taking the world by storm with the follow-up to her extremely well-received debut, her sophomore effort Halcyon has been getting love all over the world. Now Goulding is taking the album through the late night show circuit.

The rising star took the stage on Fallon very recently to perform the atmospheric, softly spoken tune Anything Can Happen, one of the tracks featured on the release. Goulding seems unaware of the potential millions who could be watching and totally nails the song. Speaking of which, Ellie herself was kind enough to suggest a handful of her favourite songs to Music Feeds; you can check out what’s coming through her headphones of late right here.

Ellie Goulding has also been included on the massive lineup for Future Music Festival 2013, joining the likes of The Prodigy, PSY, and of course the Stone Roses. Check out the track below for what you can expect from her performance at the fest.

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