Dido just spent five years away from the music scene, a stretch during which she had her first child. She is back this week with her first album Girl Who Got Away in five years, now with a more electronic sound. Her 2008 album Safe Trip Home was less successful albeit critically acclaimed.
Since her 1999 debut hit, “Here with me,”
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The London-based singer, 41, has sold nearly 30 million albums and been nominated for an Oscar.
Girl Who Got Away was released in the US on Tuesday. “It’s a little comment on the fact that I disappeared a bit. That’s what everyone else was pointing out to me that ‘it’s a perfect title for you’,” Dido said.
Girl Who Got Away features an updated sound from the singer with heavier bassline beats, folk and electronic influences, which Dido attributed to her brother and producer, Rollo Armstrong.