Who wrote the song Elastic Heart?

Who wrote the song Elastic Heart?

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What is the meaning behind Elastic Heart?

Sia wrote this song about finding love after heartbreak and the pain that comes from a bad relationship. She hoped that Katy Perry would record it for the Hunger Games Catching Fire soundtrack but Katy Perry passed, so she did her own vocal.

What is the meaning behind Elastic Heart music video?

Sia’s viscerally-fueled brand of creation recently came under fire with the release of the Shia LaBeouf-starring “Elastic Heart” music video (co-directed by Daniel Askill). Also featuring Dance Moms’ Maddie Ziegler, the clip manifests inner demons and the struggle of overcoming.

Is Elastic Heart about addiction?

Sia has suffered depression and substance abuse; she even has admitted to contemplating suicide. This song is about being easily breakable; “I’m like a rubber band until you pull too hard,” is one of the most telling lines.

When was Shia LaBeouf’s “Shia La Beouf Live” released?

Use Bold and Italics only to distinguish between different singers in the same verse. The song was first released as a demo on SoundCloud in 2012. On October 21, 2014, Cantor posted a video titled “‘Shia LaBeouf’ – Live”, the music video to his 2012 song of the same name.

How did Shia LaBeouf get his name?

After a friend began “dramatically whispering” the name of actor Shia LaBeouf, Los Angeles -based singer-songwriter Rob Cantor wrote “Shia LaBeouf” in 2011, inspired by “nothing but the sheer silliness of imagining Shia LaBeouf, face and clothes smeared with half-dried blood, terrorizing helpless victims in a dark wood.”

Is Shia LaBeouf’s Cannibal Song a thing?

Now the Shia LaBeouf Cannibal song is officially a thing. The actor hasn’t commented on it yet, but when he starts doing more press for his next film, “ Lawless ,” perhaps he will. Cantor says he’s not a LaBeouf superfan. His main reason for deciding that Sam Witwicky should be musically described as brandishing a knife and living in the shadows?

Can you listen to Shia LaBeouf’s song while working out?

If you want a copy of the Shia LaBeouf song so you can listen to it while working out — because pretending you’re running from a bloodthirsty Shia LaBeouf will motivate you to keep running on the treadmill, right? — it can be downloaded for $1 on Cantor’s Web site. Jen Chaney Jen Chaney is a pop culture writer and critic.