Sia takes pride of a place in the list of owners of unusual and melodious voice for a long time. The biography of the girl is full of unexpected stories, because at first the singer was accepted only in narrow circles, and only in the early 2000s, her songs were made known to many music lovers. This road to success was very difficult, as she had to overcome a lot of obstacles. Sia Kate Isobelle Furler was born on 18 December 1975 in Adelaide, South Australia.
In Adelaide she started playing in the youth group and recorded two albums, but without any commercial success.
In 1997 Furler went to the UK, where she started a solo career. Her first album "OnlySee" came out the same year. The record was not of a great success, although the talented performer was noticed.
Her next album called "Healing is Difficult" Sia recorded and released in 2001. The album mixed jazz rhythm and blues, and the disk was very successful commercially in the UK charts. It even was on the 10th Line.
Mini-album "Do not Bring Me Down" was issued in 2003, and a year later came out "Colour the Small One". This album contained her most famous song "Beathe Me".
Among other songs, which became well-known, are "Where I Belong", "The Bird and the Bee", "I'll Forget You", "You've Changed", and several others.
Almost all 2006 Sia spend touring across North America. About the same time, her collaboration with the group "Zero 7" began.
The album "Some People Have Real Problems" appeared in 2008, a year before Sia recorded "Lady Croissant" mini-album.
The peak of blossoming
The period that can be called the peak of blossoming in the career of Sia Furler is the appearance of her fifth album "We Are Born"(2010). In the same year, Sis wrote several songs for the album of Christina Aguilera, which were very successful.
"You've Changed" song became the soundtrack of the popular TV series "The Vampire Diaries". "My Love" track was specially written for the other popular TV series – "The Twilight Saga". In addition, Furler’s compositions began to be used in advertising.