Sia Furler or Kate Isobelle Furler is a singer and songwriter from Australia. She began her singing career in the Adelaide acid jazz band Crisp during the mid 1990’s, and also sang backup for the English group, Jamoriquai. When Crisp disbanded in 1997, Furler would release her very first studio album entitled, Only See. Thereafter, she moved to London and served as vocalist for the British duo called, Zero 7. In the year 2000, Sia signed on to Sony’s Dance Pool sub label and subsequently released her second studio effort entitled, Healing is Difficult. Soon after she would sign onto Go! Beat before releasing her next studio effort. She would continue making and releasing albums until 2016 when her seventh album would come out, including a track that would be her first no. 1 on the hot 100 chart. Sia is known for her style which incorporates soul, funk and hip hop.
Sia, when she appeared on the famous Howard Stern Show was asked if she was a religious person, the singer acknowledged that she believes in a higher power and that her sentiment is in her mind and is undefined and not aligned with traditional practices. She states that it is called “whatever dude” and that God may even be queer.
She is a liberal and most likely votes Democrat. She is very supportive of the LGBT community and is passionate about the environment. She might even have ideals that closer align to the Green party.
Sia loves pets and animals and is an avid vegan. Sia is a supporter of Feminist ideology as well as animal activism. Specifically, she has supported the Beagle Freedom Project for which she has performed her song “I’m here” during the Gala event in 2013.
Since August of 2014, Sia has been married to the filmmaker of documentaries Erik Anders Lang. Sia has, in the public eye and by her own admission been labeled as bi sexual although her public relationships have mostly on the whole been reported to be with male partners.
In addition to her music career, Sia has also appeared in movies, including 2014’s “Annie,” 2015’s “Transparent,” 2016’s “Sister,” and “My Little Pony: The Movie” of 2017.