Gabrielle has announced details of her new album following her reveal as Harlequin on The Masked Singer.
Do It Again, the star's seventh studio album, will be released on March 5 via BMG. Lead track Stop Right Now, released today (February 2), is one of two original songs recorded for the album, alongside Can't Hurry Love.
Other songs on the record are made up of her covers performed on The Masked Singer, including Rihanna's Diamonds, Billie Eilish's Everything I Wanted, Harry Styles' Falling and Tracey Chapman's Fast Car.
"I have loved putting my own stamp on the songs I sang on The Masked Singer along with some of my favourite covers and two new songs I wrote," Gabrielle said.
"The new single Stop Right Now was written with Ben Cullum. It’s a song I’ve wanted to release for a while and I would dance to it in my kitchen. I always felt it needed to see the light of day! I am so happy that day has come. I’m really excited for people to hear this album and I hope they enjoy my take on the covers and the new songs too."
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Do It Again tracklist
1. Killing Me Softly With His Song
2. Everything I Wanted
4. Stop Right Now
6. Proud Mary
7. Bring It On Home To Me
8. Can’t Hurry Love
11. I’ll Be There
12. Fast Car
Do It Again follows 2018's Under My Skin, Gabrielle's fifth Top 10 on the Official Albums Chart. View Gabrielle's chart history in full here, including ten Top 10 singles.
Gabrielle is planning to support the album with the Rise Again Tour 2021, spanning 15 shows across the UK this November. Tickets are on sale now.
November 7th - Salford, Lowry Lyric Theatre
November 8th - Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall
November 9th - Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
November 10th - York, Barbican
November 12th - Gateshead, Sage
November 13th - Leicester, De Montford Hall
November 15th - Guildford, G Live
November 16th - Cardiff, St. David’s Hall
November 18th - Brighton, Dome
November 19th - Cambridge, Corn Exchange
November 20th - Bournemouth, Pavilion Theatre
November 22nd - Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
November 23rd - Birmingham, Symphony Hall
November 25th - Bath, Forum
November 26th - London, Indigo O2