Gabrielle has announced her eighth studio album ‘A Place In Your Heart’, due out on 10 May 2024.

Capturing everything that her fans adore, from her soulful vocals to timeless songwriting, ‘A Place In Your Heart’ continues her creative partnership with producer and co-writer Ian Barter (Paloma Faith, Amy Winehouse) after their success with 2018s Top 10 comeback ‘Under My Skin’ and 2021s ‘Do It Again’.

Gabrielle commented, “I really loved writing and recording the songs for this new album with Ian Barter. I hope you enjoy the record as much as I did making it and thank you for letting me have ‘A Place In Your Heart’ for the last 30 years.”

From the early ‘90s to the turn of the millennium, Gabrielle was one of the UK’s most successful artists. In addition to two unforgettable No.1 singles ‘Dreams’ and ‘Rise’, she has a back catalogue full of Top 10 hits, two albums which reached 4 x Platinum status, two BRIT Awards, two MOBOs and an Ivor Novello.

After some time away, Gabrielle found herself embraced by a new generation of fans following her show-stealing performances in ‘The Masked Singer’. The appearance led to her 2021 album ‘Do It Again’ album entering the charts at No.4 – her highest chart position in 20 years.

She was also heralded as a pivotal influence by the iconic artists of this era. First with a personal invite from Adele to perform at her huge Hyde Park shows last summer, and then when Stormzy asked her to appear in the video for ‘Mel Made Me Do It’. The track’s dramatic monologue directly referenced her cultural impact: “Gabrielle once told us dreams can come true, and that sentence emancipated the minds of our pioneers.”

Gabrielle will embark on her ‘30 Years of Dreaming’ UK and Ireland headline tour next month. Set to be on of the biggest tours of her career with multiple shows already sold out, the extensive outing will include a London show at the iconic Royal Albert Hall, with numerous extra dates added to the schedule due to demand.

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