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Dido Premieres 'No Freedom' Music Video

March 4, 2013 (6:44 am) GMT
The British singer-songwriter unveils the video for the track of her latest album 'Girl Who Got Away'.

Brit Award-winning pop-rock singer debuts the new music video for her latest single "No Freedom" off her forthcoming album "". The track is the lead and second single from the said album, her fourth studio effort set to be released March 4. The new album follows up her 2008 recording "".

The approximately three-minute clip shows Dido singing to her love interest while a grand parade is going on outside their building. Some home video footage of a parade is inserted in the clip and a solitary Dido singing to the camera in a light blue top as confetti falls on her.

The Ethan Lader-directed visuals serves as a fitting complement to the lyrics that speak about the link between love and freedom, "Take it by your silence/ That I'm free to walk out the door/ By the look in your eyes I can tell/ You don't think I'll be back for more/ Try to think of a world/ Where you could stay and these safe hands could go/ Take your heart above the water/ Wherever I chose to go."

Prior to releasing "No Freedom" last January, the 41-year-old artist performed the new song on the February 20 episode of late night TV talk show "" along with her previous hit "White Flag". Dido released the first track of the album, "", back in December 2012.

Dido's "No Freedom" music video

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