Gabrielle today reveals that her new album ‘Do It Again’ will be released on March 5th via BMG. The album has been launched alongside its lead single ‘Stop Right Now’,  which debuted on Zoe Ball’s Breakfast Show on Radio 2 today.


The ‘Do It Again’ album features stellar studio recordings of the songs that Gabrielle performed on ‘The Masked Singer’. From elegant, timeless twists on recent favourites such as Billie Eilish’s ‘Everything I Wanted’ and Harry Styles ‘Falling’ to revisiting classics such as ‘Smile’ and ‘Fast Car’, Gabrielle’s talent is undeniable. The album also features Gabrielle’s take on other iconic compositions, including ‘Killing Me Softly With His Song’ (most memorably recorded by both Roberta Flack and The Fugees) and Sam Cooke’s ‘Bring It On Home To Me’. 

The upbeat soul-pop of the single ‘Stop Right Now’ is romantic but also realistic, as it explores the idea of doing all you can to save a faltering relationship. It’s one of two original new songs that were co-written by Gabrielle, the other being ‘Can’t Hurry Love’.  

Gabrielle commented, “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. 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.” 

Gabrielle recorded ‘Do It Again’ with Ian Barter (Amy Winehouse, Paloma Faith), who produced, mixed and mastered the album. 

‘Do It Again’ will be released on digital and CD formats, and is available to pre-order here. Gabrielle’s official store and Amazon will both offer signed CDs. 

Gabrielle will follow the album release by embarking upon the ‘Rise Again Tour 2021’ this November. Any remaining tickets for the shows, listed below, are available here.


7th – Salford, Lowry Lyric Theatre

8th – Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall

9th – Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall

10th – York, Barbican

12th – Gateshead, Sage

13th – Leicester, De Montford Hall

15th – Guildford, G Live

16th – Cardiff, St. David’s Hall

18th – Brighton, Dome

19th – Cambridge, Corn Exchange

20th – Bournemouth, Pavilion Theatre

22nd – Southend, Cliffs Pavilion

23rd – Birmingham, Symphony Hall

25th – Bath, Forum

26th – London, Indigo O2 



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