Dido bringing it all "Home" in November
NEW YORK (Billboard) - British singer-songwriter Dido has slated a November 4 release date for her oft-delayed third album, "Safe Trip Home."
"Look No Further," a track from the RCA Label Group album, is being made available as a free download from DidoMusic.com as of Friday (August 22).
The first official single, "Don't Believe in Love," will be issued digitally and on CD on a date to be announced.
"Safe Trip Home" is the follow-up to 2003's "Life for Rent," which has sold more than 2.1 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The set was co-produced by Jon Brion and Dido and her brother Rollo Armstrong, working together under the moniker Ark. One track, "Grafton Street," was co-written with Brian Eno.
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