Transplanting herself into the United Kingdom's music scene after moving from her native Australia, Sia Furler snuck into listeners' consciousness with a peppering of solo pop singles and collaborations with British regulars such as Massive Attack and Zero 7, landing her biggest hit with “Breathe Me” when it was used during the series finale of HBO's hit television show “Six Feet Under.” Blending electronic-oriented pop with crooning jazz, Sia is easily worth mentioning among such names as Dido, Feist and even Regina Spektor. Leading up to the release of her forthcoming album, “We Are Born,” Sia is scheduled to perform at the National on Friday, May 7, at 8 p.m., $20-$25.
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