Dido announces new album and first tour in 15 years!

Dido will release her new LP, 'Still On My Mind’ - the 46-year-old British singer/songwriter's first studio album since 2013's 'Girl Who Got Away' - on March 8th.

The album will be followed by a 27-date world tour, including a stop at London Roundhouse on May 30th.

The shows will feature songs from the new record, plus Dido's outstanding back catalogue, which boasts the hit songs 'Thank You', 'Here With Me', 'White Flag' and 'Life For Rent'. 

The world tour commences in Europe on May 5th in Prague, followed by a North America run in June.

‘Still On My Mind’, Dido’s fifth record, was written and recorded in England, with long-time collaborator and brother, Rollo Armstrong, of Faithless fame.

Dido comments: "It was simple, I only wanted to make another album if it was with him."

‘Still On My Mind’ captures the various genres Dido is inspired by, from hip-hop to folk and dance to electronic music, and the lyrical content remains as personal and emotional as ever.

Lead single ‘Hurricanes’ is available to stream and download now and comes as a free download to those who pre-order 'Still On My Mind' here.

On the creative process, Dido adds that it was “an absolutely magical experience".

She explains: “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."

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.

Tickets go on sale on Friday Dido's 2019 world tour - visit www.didomusic.com for more info!

Dido full world tour dates are as follows: 05.05 - Prague, Forum Karlín 07.05 - Zurich, Volkshaus 08.05 - Milan, Teatro degli Arcimboldi 0.05 - Munich, Circus Krone 11.05 - Vienna, Stadthalle 13.05 - Frankfurt, Alte Oper 15.05 - Berlin, Tempodrom 16.05 - Hamburg, Laeiszhalle 17.05 - Amsterdam, Paradiso 19.05 - Düsseldorf, Mitsubishi Electric Halle 20.05 - Brussels, Cirque Royal 21.05 - Paris, L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix 26.05 - Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall 27.05 - Dublin, Olympia Theatre 29.05 - Manchester, Albert Hall 30.05 - London, The Roundhouse 13.06 - Chicago, The Vic 15.06 - Toronto, Danforth Music Hall 17.06 - Boston, House of Blues 19.06 - New York, Terminal 5 21.06 - Washington DC, Lincoln Theatre 22.06 - Philadelphia, Union Transfer 25.06 - Los Angeles, The Wiltern 26.06 - San Francisco, Masoninc 28.06 - Portland, Roseland 29.06 - Vancouver, Orpheum 30.06 - Seattle, Showbox SODO