Ellie Goulding releases new single for 50 Shades of Grey movie

50 shades of grey


Brit singer, Ellie Goulding has released a new single ‘Love Me Like You Do’. The song is the very sexy and seductive anthem from the soon to be released movie, 50 Shades of Grey.

The track, which will feature on the soundtrack of the big screen adaptation of EL James’ steamy novel, was played on radio for the first time this morning and is her first release of 2015. Goulding worked with producer Max Martin, who has previously collaborated with Taylor Swift on her ‘1989’ album and produced Katy Perry’s ‘Teenage Dream’ LP, on the song.

The singer’s first release of 2015 is a brilliant ballad for the Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson-headed movie with lyrics such as:

“You’re the light, you’re the night, you’re the color of my blood/ You’re the cure, you’re the pain, you’re the only thing I want to touch,” Goulding sings. “Never knew that it could mean so much, so much/ You’re the fear, I don’t care ‘cause I’ve never been so high/ Follow me through the dark, let me take you past a satellite/ You can see the world you brought to life.”.

With a haunting and catchy chorus the 28-year-old croons “Love me like you do/ La la love me like you do/ Love me like you do/ La la love me like you do” over and over.

Very saucy, yes?

Although the full tracklisting hasn’t been revealed yet, the 50 Shades of Grey soundtrack also features the Weeknd’s seductive waltz “Earned It” and a new version of Beyoncé’s “Crazy In Love.”


The 50 Shades of Grey movie will be released on Valentine’s Day (14th February 2015). 50 Shades of Grey is based on the trilogy of books of the same name by EL James.

We had a first look at the promotional posters and movie trailer back in November here.

The movie has just been given a Restricted rating in the US for “strong sexual content including dialogue, some unusual behavior and graphic nudity.” Well, we did expect a lot of graphic nudity (apparently, none of Christian Grey himself) and kinky sex scenes but we are wondering what the “unusual behaviour” is.

We are also wondering how the movie will portray the soft-core bondage/S&M book, Fifty Shades of Grey, into a film that we could actually watch in public with other people sitting next to us without being mortified or without it looking like an upscale porn film. I guess we will have to wait and see.

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