Natalie Imbruglia has announced plans to release her first album in six years, which will be accompanied by a UK tour.
Natalie Imbruglia has announced a new album.
The 40-year-old singer is returning with her first record in six years, titled 'Male', while will feature a selection of covers all originally performed and written by men including Daft Punk, The Cure, Cat Stevens, Damien Rice and Tom Petty.
She said: ''I love singing. It's not just all my favourite artists; it's some new artists I discovered. It's like a cathartic album, so I got a lot off my chest and I come out at the end of it feeling strong. I'm really proud of this piece of work. And I'm just excited to share it with my fans.''
The 'Torn' hitmaker - who divorced Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns in 2008 following five years of marriage - explained she was inspired to make the collection because of issues in her own life.
She continued: ''I was drawn toward songs that were dealing with things that were on my mind and stuff that I was processing.''
The lead track from 'Male' will be a rendition of Daft Punk's 'Instant Crush', and Natalie is very happy with the song.
She said: ''It is such a beautiful story ['Instant Crush']. I'm really proud of the way it turned out.''
As well as producing 'Male' - which will be released on August 21 - Natalie will be embarking on a UK tour with Simply Red in December 2015.
Natalie Imbruglia's tour dates with Simply Red are as follows:
December 1 - Dublin, Dublin 3 Arena
December 2 - Belfast, Belfast Odyssey
December 4 - Newcastle, Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
December 5 - Glasgow, Hydro Arena
December 6 - Aberdeen, Aberdeen E&CC
December 8 - Leeds, Leeds First Direct Arena
December 9 - Nottingham, Nottingham Capital FM Arena
December 11 - Liverpool, Liverpool Echo Arena
December 12 - Manchester, Manchester Phones 4 U Arena
December 13 - Birmingham, LG Arena
December 15 - Birmingham, LG Arena
December 17 - London, O2 Arena
December 18 - London, O2 Arena
December 19 - London, O2 Arena
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