Dido Says New Album 'Still On My Mind' Was The Easiest LP She's Ever Made

By James Dinh

March 5, 2019

Come Friday (March 8), Dido will release her brand-new album, Still On My Mind, a project that followed in her tradition of working with her longterm collaborator and brother (Faithless founder) Rollo.

"For me, music has always been this sort of family thing," the 47-year-old star recently told NRP. "And I realized, very clearly that I just didn't really want to do it if it wasn't with him this time. I just had a real need to do that and go back to the basics, where I'm just hanging out with my brother and we make some music. It actually didn't take very much time. I would say it's definitely been the easiest record I've ever made." Dido went on to explain that her tie with her sibling is almost essential to her creative process. "I think when I work with him, we're hearing the same thing, we're seeing the same thing, and our values are the same," she continued. "We both just feel really lucky to be making the music that we want to make, unashamedly using whatever sounds and thoughts we want to use, and still being able to do that."

Still On My Mind follows the release of 2013's Girl Who Got Away and has spawned lead single, "Give You Up." If you want even more from Dido, make sure you check her out on tour later this year. Expected to play classics like "Thank You," "Here With Me," "White Flag" and "Life For Rent," the singer/songwriter is also planning to introduce her fans to the long-awaited material on her new album. The upcoming world tour begins in Europe on May 5 in Prague and wraps up at London's Roundhouse on May 30. From there, it's scheduled to kick off in North America immediately in June. Scroll on below to see the full list of tour dates!

May 5 - Prague, Forum Karlín

May 7 - Zurich, Volkshaus

May 8 - Milan, Teatro degli Arcimboldi

May 10 - Munich, Circus Krone

May 11 - Vienna, Stadthalle

May 13 - Frankfurt, Alte Oper

May 15 - Berlin, Tempodrom

May 16 - Hamburg, Laeiszhalle

May 17 - Amsterdam, Paradiso

May 19 - Düsseldorf, Mitsubishi Electric Halle

May 20 - Brussels, Cirque Royal

May 21 - Paris, L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix

May 26 - Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall

May 27 - Dublin, Olympia Theatre

May 29 - Manchester, Albert Hall

May 30 - London, The Roundhouse

June 13 - Chicago, The Vic

June 15 - Toronto, Danforth Music Hall

June 17 - Boston, House of Blues

June 19 - New York, Terminal 5

June 21 - Washington DC, Lincoln Theatre

June 22 - Philadelphia, Union Transfer

June 25 - Los Angeles, The Wiltern

June 26 - San Francisco, Masonic

June 28 - Portland, Roseland

June 29 - Vancouver, Orpheum

June 30 - Seattle, Showbox SODO

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