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DIDO RETURNS WITH NEW ALBUM AND BRAND NEW SINGLE “NO FREEDOM”

Dido "Girl Who Got Away" Cheeky/RCA Records

Dido "Girl Who Got Away" Cheeky/RCA Records

(New York- January 23, 2013) Dido, one of the world’s best-selling female recording artists of all time with over 29 million albums sold, returns with her strongest album yet entitled GIRL WHO GOT AWAY, available on March 26th on RCA Records. The album will be available in both standard and deluxe editions.  Find complete track listing below.

The album’s first single “No Freedom” will be available for sale at all digital providers on 2/19, and the single will be an instant grat track with the iTunes album pre-order, beginning on February 19th, 2013.

Dido

“No Freedom”

Cheeky/RCA Records

Also, check out the “No Freedom (j.viewz Remix)” Click Here

Working once again with her brother Rollo Armstrong, who produced the majority of the album,  Dido collaborated with a “who’s who” of  hit makers including Brian Eno, Jeff Bhasker, Rick Nowels and Greg Kurstin to create an album of finely, self-penned songs and  soul-baring pop  with electro, folk, hip hop, ambient and dance infusions.

Dido already introduced critically-lauded track “Let Us Move On” from GIRL WHO GOT AWAY, featuring a razor-sharp guest spot from the man-of-the-moment rapper Kendrick Lamar.

Dido Featuring Kendrick Lamar

“Let Us Move On”

Cheeky/RCA Records

– Dido is set to unleash her compelling new single “ No Freedom” on February 19th.

The album GIRL WHO GOT AWAY is a captivating collection of well-crafted songs and stunning production: from the euphoric “Go Dreaming,” to the barbed wit of “End of Night,” the folky “Sitting On The Roof Of The World” to the dance-y-yet-dark “Blackbird” to the album’s title track which Dido shares: “It’s one of my favorite songs on the record,” she says. “…but I guess it also sums up the last few years for me. Taking a step back from it all and going off to have the whole happy adventure of starting a family and making an album that I really am so proud of. And now I just can’t wait for people to hear it.”

She continues; “It was an incredibly fun record to make. There was no pressure on me at all. It’s all been so natural and easy. On every other record I’ve made, there have been really tricky days, but there weren’t any like that on this one.”

Having sold over 29 million albums worldwide, including her first two albums No Angel and Life for Rent, and her  most recent, the critically-acclaimed Safe Trip Home Dido returns in a major way with GIRL WHO GOT AWAY.  Warm, evocative and bursting with the emotion of life’s little details, GIRL WHO GOT AWAY is classic Dido – at once modern and timeless.

Full track-listing for GIRL WHO GOT AWAY Below

1.    “No Freedom”
Written by Dido Armstrong and Rick Nowels, produced by Rollo, Dido and Rick Nowels.

2.      “Girl Who Got Away”
Written by Dido Armstrong and Rollo Armstrong. Produced by Dido and Rollo.

3. “Let Us Move On’ feat. Kendrick Lamar”
Written by Dido Armstrong, Rollo Armstrong, Jeff Bhasker, Kendrick Lamar and Pat Reynolds. Produced by Rollo and Dido.

4. “Blackbird”
Written by Dido Armstrong and Rollo Armstrong. Produced by Rollo and Dido.

5. “End of Night”
Written by Dido Armstrong and Greg Kurstin. Produced by Greg Kurstin

6. “Sitting On The Roof Of The World”
Written by Dido Armstrong, Rick Nowels and Rollo Armstrong.  Produced by Rollo and Dido

7. “Love To Blame”
Written by Dido Armstrong, Rollo Armstrong, John Harrison and Vera Bohl. Produced by Rollo and Dido and P*Nut

8. “Go Dreaming”
Written by Dido Armstrong, Rollo Armstrong and Rick Nowels. Produced by Rollo and Dido.

9. “Happy New Year”
Written by Dido Armstrong, Greg Kurstin and Rollo Armstrong. Produced by Greg Kurstin

10. “Loveless Hearts”
Written by Dido Armstrong and Rollo Armstrong. Produced by Rollo and Dido.

11. “Day Before We Went To War”
Written by Dido Armstrong, Rollo Armstrong and Brian Eno. Produced by Rollo and Dido.

Deluxe edition also includes:

12. “Let Us Move On” featuring Kendrick Lamar (Produced by Jeff Bhasker and Plain Pat)
Written by Dido Armstrong, Rollo Armstrong, Jeff Bhasker, Kendrick Lamar and Pat Reynolds. Produced by Jeff Bhasker and Plain Pat

13.  “All I See” featuring Pete Miser
Written by Dido Armstrong and Pete Ho. Produced by Dido, Roll and Pete Miser.

14. “Just Say Yes”
Written by Dido Armstrong, Leter Mendez and Rollo Armstrong. Produced by Rollo and Dido.

15. “Let’s Run Away”
Written by Dido Armstrong and Greg Kurstin. Produced by Greg Kurstin.

16. “Everything to Lose” (Armin Vann Buuren remix)
Written by Dido Armstrong, Ayala Bentovim and Rollo Armstrong.
Produced by Rollo, Dido, and Sister Bliss.

17. “Lost”
Written by Dido Armstrong, Jon Brion, and Matt Chamberlain.
Produced by Jon Brion.

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