Dido to release album next year

/ 04:10 PM May 14, 2018

Dido. Image: AFP/John D. McHugh via AFP Relaxnews

British singer and songwriter Dido has a fifth album set for release in 2019, her new label announced this week.

The “Thank You” singer Dido is newly signed to BMG, which will release her latest album next year. Dido is said to have co-written and co-produced the album along with her brother and frequent collaborator Rollo Armstrong of Faithless.


Dido rose to fame with her 1999 debut album “No Angel” which included the hit singles “Here With Me” and “Thank You”. The latter track was famously sampled by Eminem for his chart-topping single “Stan”, earning Dido wider acclaim.

Dido’s second album, “Life For Rent”, featured the hit track “White Flag” and was followed by “Safe Trip Home” in 2008 and “Girl Who Got Away” in 2013.


The singer likewise earned an Academy Award nomination for her collaboration with A. R. Rahman on “If I Rise”, which featured as the main theme for the Danny Boyle film “127 Hours”.

Further details about the album are forthcoming. JB


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