Published on March 8th, 2019 | by Jerry Doby0
Dido Releases ‘Still On My Mind’, Triumphant Return With First Album in Five Years
Today, Dido has dropped ‘Still On My Mind’ (BMG), her first album in five years that marks a major return for one of the most unique and celebrated voices in the pop world.
Called “stunning” by Forbes, “a strong return to form” by Consequence of Sound, and a showcase for Dido “crafting her own vision of pop, untouched by the outside world” by Newsday, ’Still On My Mind’ finds Dido’s trademark vulnerable songwriting and soothing vocal essence fully evolved for the 2019 musical landscape, inspired by her love of hip hop to her folk roots, but ultimately carrying a dance and electronic music sensibility, even on the tracks with no beats.
Watch the gorgeous video for the cutting break-up anthem and current single “Give You Up” HERE.
‘Still On My Mind’ was written and recorded in England, a result of the fruitful and incredibly natural production/songwriting partnership with her long term collaborator and brother (Faithless founder) Rollo.
Dido describes the making of this album as “an absolutely magical experience”. She says: “I wanted to capture the feeling I still get from listening to music, just that rush like you don’t need anything more than this”.
3. Hell After This
4. You Don’t Need a God
5. Take You Home
6. Some Kind of Love
8. Mad Love
9. Walking By
12. Have to Stay
The multi-million selling singer goes on a world tour throughout 2019 which includes several dates in the US.
June 13 – Chicago, IL – Vic Theatre
June 17 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
June 19 – New York, NY – Terminal 5
June 21 – Washington DC – Lincoln Theatre
June 22 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
June 25 – Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
June 26 – San Francisco, CA – The Masonic
June 28 – Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
June 30 – Seattle, WA – Showbox SODO
More info on the tour here
With sales of more than 40 million albums worldwide, Dido is one of the best- selling UK artists ever. Both ‘No Angel’ and its 2003 follow-up, ‘Life For Rent’, still rank among the UK’s biggest-selling albums of all-time.
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