Emeli Sande Biography

Emeli Sande (Adele Emily Sande) was born on 10th March 1987 in Sunderland, United Kingdom. She is an English musician.

Emeli Sande new Album

  • 2017: Kingdom Coming, EP
  • 2016: Long Live the Angels
  • 2013: Clown, EP
  • 2013: iTunes Session
  • 2012: Our Version of Events

Emeli Sande Songs

  • Read All About It, Pt. III
  • My Kind of Love
  • Hurts
  • Next to Me
  • Heaven
  • Breathing Underwater
  • Highs & Lows
  • Daddy
  • Garden
  • Breaking the Law
  • Sweet Architect
  • I’d Rather Not
  • Starlight
  • Higher
  • Every Single Little Piece
  • Suitcase
  • Give Me Something
  • River
  • Crazy in Love
  • Maybe
  • Easier in Bed
  • This Much Is True
  • Imagine
  • Wonder
  • Shakes
  • Hope
  • Here It Comes

Emeli Sande Husband

In January 2012 Emeli Sande confirmed that she was engaged to her then unidentified, long-term boyfriend of seven years. Her boyfriend had requested not to be identified and Sandé said that he is not in the music industry but is a scientist.

On 15th September 2012 Emeli Sande got married and the name of her husband was revealed as marine biologist Adam Gouraguine.

Emeli Sande Divorce

Emeli Sande divorced her husband in 2013 one year after their marriage. During an exclusive interview at Bizarre HQ she revealed that her sucess destroyed her relationship.

“He had his dreams and I had mine, and I feel like he was so supportive of mine. It was very fast. But there is nothing I regret about doing my music because it was something I have always wanted to do since I was a kid and I had no idea there was going to be that explosion.”

Trying to explain why she chose her career over married life, she added: “It was just a lot. It’s very hard to put a finger on what it was, it was just so fast.”

She wrote the song ‘Breathing UNder Water’ which she says helped her mental health more than any counselling session.

“With Breathing Underwater I was at a point in my life where the worst had happened, I was over that. That was me putting the bricks back together and really starting to find my stride in life.The things I thought were impossible like being alone, being independent, knowing myself, all of these things. Suddenly I was facing places that I never thought I could for me.I survived the one thing I feared the most and I really faced myself.It was the first time I had ever been alone, really. I really felt free. I could do anything I want. I put myself in my own box and then I suddenly broke free.”


Emeli Sande
Emeli Sande