There has always been a captivating air about the British, subdued songstress Dido. Often, her cool and distant take on love, loss, and everything in-between, has shaped a haunting discography that’s best when bathed in electronica. Dido’s wispy disposition has consistently presented her in a contrasting, titillating, light, even when she swerved towards an acoustic direction on Safe Trip Home.
After a significant hiatus, Dido plans to return with a new record, Girl Who Got Away, set for release in the spring of the upcoming year.
“Let Us Move On”, signals this return which should sit comfortably amidst the Lana Del Rey and Ellie Goulding matrix.