In 1989, she moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana in the United States at the age of fifteen with her mother and brother Eric Junior when her father was offered a job as pastor of Mc Kee Street Church of God with headquarters in Anderson, Indiana.Headley attended Northrop High School, and was a member of their resident show choir, Charisma, and starred as Fanny Brice in the school's production of Funny Girl.It's about losing someone you love, but it could be that you've lost a relationship, or someone has passed away, or you could be miles away from your loved ones on the other side of the world.I can really relate to it in that sense."The album was mainly recorded in London and Denmark, with Shane working on the music with Cutfather (The Saturdays, JLS), Jez Ashurst (Will Young, Gabrielle Aplin), Jon Maguire (Union J) and Tre Jean-Marie (Melissa Steel).'Me And The Moon' is available now as an instant grat track for fans who pre-order the album on i Tunes." The song performed moderately on the charts, reaching number 8 on the UK Singles Chart, peaking inside the top twenty on the Italian and Russian Singles Chart and inside the top fifty on the charts of other countries.The album received positive reviews from most music critics. Ross Hoffman of All Music gave the album 4 out of 5 stars, writing "A welcome return from one of the most sophisticated and distinctive voices in British dance-pop, Trip the Light Fantastic is easily Sophie Ellis-Bextor's most dynamic album to date."It's a great example of where I want my music to be at," said Shane."It's very current, it's quite pop but there's a bit of an edge to it, and it's a big song vocally."What I love about it is that it has a universal meaning.
She commented, "It's sparkly, but hopefully it's got a bit more depth than just a nice picture of me on the cover!Trip the Light Fantastic is the third studio album by British singer and songwriter Sophie Ellis-Bextor.It was released on by Fascination Records following the release of the lead single, "Catch You" and the second single, "Me and My Imagination"."Today the Sun's on Us" was the third single released from the album on 13 August 2007, causing the album to re-enter the UK Albums Chart at number 39.In an interview with Digital Spy, Ellis-Bextor confirmed that the fourth single from the album was to be "If I Can't Dance", and on , the single was released exclusively via the i Tunes Store.The album was available to stream via the internet on , three days before the official release date.