Sia Kate Isobelle Furler, an Adelaide, AUSTRALIA-native singer + songwriter, started her professional musical career in the U.K. by working as a backup singer for Jamiroquai and also collaborated with Trip-hop act Zero 7, on their debut album.
In 2000 Sia, pronounced “See-ah”, scored a bolt from the blue top 10 hit with her debut single, "Taken For Granted", which appeared on her debut full-length CD, "Healing Is Difficult", two years later.
The Australian vocalist released her second album, "Colour The Small One", in early 2004, but it was over a year later that she made the U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers chart, when the single "Breathe Me" was used as one of the main themes to the TV series "Six Feet Under".
Ms. Sia Furler's third studio album, "Some People Have Real Problems", arrived in January 2008 and peaked at a respectable #26 on the American Billboard Top 200 chart. The disc was preceded by the intense first single "Day Too Soon".
Two and a half years later her next offering, "We Are Born", hit the top 3 in her native Australia and she had a sizeable club hit with the album's main single "Clap Your Hands".