Blink Health, the British alternative music label, is now facing the wrath of its loyal fans after releasing a video in which singer/songwriter Ellie Goulding appears to be in a “bad mood” and appears to have no idea how to perform.
The video was uploaded to YouTube on Wednesday night by Blink member Simon Cox and features the pop singer looking like she is in a bad mood, apparently unable to perform a song due to a cold.
The song “Bad Mood” is one of Blink’s hits.
However, according to the video’s description, it is “a tribute to Ellie Gouldings performance on ‘Bad Mood’.” The song is titled after a famous song by the Beatles, “Goodbye, Goodbye” by Pink Floyd.
In the video, the singer is seen dancing with her hands in her lap, looking like the singer was in a mood of “badness” and “moods”.
The singer has not spoken about the video to the press, and has not responded to the backlash.
Blink’s music director, John Coghlan, told The Independent on Thursday: “We are aware of this issue and are working to rectify it.
However, the video has been widely viewed by fans as another instance of Goulding being a poor artist, which could cause further offence. “
There are numerous people on the Blink Facebook page who have reached out to us to share their thoughts on the issue and have been extremely supportive and supportive of the Blink family.”
However, the video has been widely viewed by fans as another instance of Goulding being a poor artist, which could cause further offence.
“This is just not the Ellie Gould we know,” wrote one fan on the social networking site.
“So sad that Ellie Gould is going to be so badly off the air.”
Another added: “I hope they just take the time to fix the problems she has caused the Blink band and then let her sing again!”
A spokesperson for Blink told The Guardian that the band has received “very positive feedback from our loyal fans” and that the video was “a great tribute to the great Ellie Gould”.
Blink is the second-biggest independent label behind Radiohead, which has a loyal following of fans who have backed the band for decades.
The band’s latest album, Songs Of Innocence, is due out in September.