'Reasonable Woman', set for release in 2024, is the follow-up to 2016’s 'This Is Acting'.
Sia has returned to music with Gimme Love, a slice of pop perfection that oozes with desperation, with the Adelaide-born vocalist singing, “Come now / Do this just for me / I don’t ask for much / Gimme love, gimme love, gimme love, baby”.
Gimme Love, accompanied by a colourful lyric video, which you can watch below, is the first single from Sia’s upcoming album, Reasonable Woman.
The album is her first in eight years and will be released via Atlantic Records in 2024. You can pre-order the album here – tangerine vinyl is strictly limited to just 500 copies.
Gimme Love arrives with an anthemic chorus, engaging verses, an aura of hope and optimism, and just enough anguish to keep her brand of melancholy within a big pop tune. Sia wrote the track alongside co-writer and producer Jesse Shatkin.
Gimme Love is Sia’s first single since Unstoppable, while Reasonable Woman is the follow-up to 2016’s This Is Acting, which featured many tracks Sia had initially written for artists such as Rihanna, Shakira and Adele.
While we don’t currently have a release date for Reasonable Woman, the pre-orders are scheduled to ship in May, so we could be looking at an autumn 2024 release date.
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Aside from her own music, Sia is credited as a co-writer on Violet Chemistry and Muddy Feet – the latter as a guest vocalist, too – two tracks from Miley Cyrus’ latest album, Endless Summer Vacation.
In May, Sia married her partner, Dan Bernard, in an intimate ceremony. The wedding was held at Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana's Villa Olivetta in Portofino, Italy.
In true Sia fashion, the wedding was very private, with just six guests, including the bride and groom, in attendance.
Weeks later, she revealed she received a life-changing autism diagnosis two years ago. "I'm on the spectrum, and I'm in recovery and whatever - there's a lot of things,” she said while appearing on the Rob Has A Podcast program hosted by Rob Cesternino.
Sia’s revelation about her autism diagnosis arrived two years after Music, the first film she ever directed, drew criticism for its depiction of characters living with autism.