You have to love Sia for her candor, her willingness to share with us her joy, her fears, and her worries, even if she can't directly look us in the eye. Her music could be decreed the perfect opposite of everyday, misogynistic rap; take her latest, "Big Girls Cry," for example. The song finds the Australian pop star confronting that her phone isn't receiving any calls or texts, and that's ok. It's ok to be alone, and it's ok to cry sometimes. Sorry, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Shit's changed. Hear Sia's empowered pop ballad below, which will appear on her forthcoming 1000 Forms of Fear, that also includes "Chandelier," on July 8th via RCA Records/Monkey Puzzle Records.