Internationally renowned performer, Grammy nominated singer, YouTube phenomenon, introvert, extravert and all-round psychotherapist’s dream, Adelaide’s Sia Furler is many things, but first and foremost she’s a remarkable and unique artist.
With her emotive vocal performances and captivating songcraft, the Australian singer / songwriter – who now calls New York home, via stints in London and L.A – has spent the last few years steadily making bigger and bigger waves across the globe. Earning a word of mouth reputation as a ‘must see’ live act, her deeply seductive brand of dysfunction has seen her quietly collect a legion of dedicated
fans including an enviable number of A-list luminaries.
With her shudderingly beautiful track “Breathe Me” chosen to soundtrack the climax of cult TV series ‘Six Feet Under’, and her face-mangling, viral video for new single “Buttons” becoming the second most watched music video in YouTube history – helped along by the avid endorsement of infamous celebrity blogger Perez Hilton – it’s clear that Sia’s star is most definitely on the rise. The Australian version of ‘Some People Have Real Problems’ contains access to bonus tracks and extra material via the OpenDisc service.
Title: Some People Have Real Problems
Release Date: 04 Oct 2008
Catalogue No: MPRCDAUS1
Disc Count: 1
Transfer Format: Compact Disc
Video Format: Pop
Primary Audio: MPRCDAUS1
Subtitles: Warner Music