- 10 Mar 23
This is the third instalment of the pair's "banging song trilogy" Harris described to his Instagram following in January.
Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding have teamed up once again to release new song 'Miracle.'
Coming nearly nine years after the pair's last collaboration 'Outside,' new track 'Miracle' is classic Harris and Goulding, with Goulding's soft and ethereal voice playing over the Scottish DJ's synth beats.
“Can you forgive it all/ To believe in a miracle/ Yeah I put you through hell/ But I’m asking you to believe/ To believe in a miracle,” she sang over a throbbing, Eurodance drum beat.
"So excited to have this one out," wrote Goulding to her Twitter account. "Hope you enjoy," said Harris.
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The pop and EDM musician's first linked in 2012 to create 'I Need Your Love,' which was nominated for British Single of the Year at the 2014 BRIT awards and peaked at number 16 on The Billboard Hot 100.
Last year, Harris released Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2, the laid back summertime sequel to 2017's Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, and a remix of Goulding's 2022 'Easy Lover' was nominated for Best Remixed Recording at the Grammy's.
Scottish producer Harris’ 2023 live schedule includes headline performances at Creamfields North and South, as well as slots at Coachella, Primavera Sound and Dublin’s Longitude Festival.
Ellie Goulding recently pushed back the release of her fifth full-length record Higher Than Heaven, citing “delays in sourcing” the materials needed for the physical versions of the album. Originally slated to arrive on February 3, the follow-up to 2020’s Brightest Blue is now set to come out on April 7.
“Thank you ever so much for your patience and I love you all,” the singer said last month.
'Miracle' is out now across streaming platforms.