Goulding admitted that Delirium is intended on being a experiment in making pop music. This is a bit of an ironic statement seeing as Lights and Halcyon were also pop records, even despite its baroque and folktronica leanings. If Delirium fails its because Goulding’s wispy falsetto can’t carry larger pop tracks. Here, Max Martin’s production just absolutely buries her voice and personality. “On My Mind” and “Love Me Like You Do”, prior singles that both appear here, work best. The former sounds like an amped-up, R&B take on a Lights track. The rest could’ve used some much needed trimming and subtlety. "Love Me Like You Do" might be a bit too eager to please but it at least incorporates some of the high-stakes drama Goulding used to be known for.