Australian vocalist Natalie Imbruglia will release her third album, "Counting Down the Days," April 4 internationally via Sony/BMG's new Brightside imprint. According to a spokesperson for RCA, which
Australian vocalist Natalie Imbruglia will release her third album, "Counting Down the Days," April 4 internationally via Sony/BMG's new Brightside imprint. According to a spokesperson for RCA, which issued Imbruglia's previous two albums here in North America, the set is not yet on the release schedule here.
The 12-track "Counting Down the Days" will be led by the single "Shiver," which will be released commercially on March 21. An accompanying video, shot in Kiev by director Jake Nava, can be streamed from Imbruglia's official Web site.
Among the contributors were producer Ben Hillier (Doves, Blur), Imbruglia's husband, Silverchair's Daniel Johns, as well as Faultline's David Kosten, who co-wrote the closing track "Honeycomb Child."
The album is the follow-up to 2001's "White Lilies Island," which debuted at No. 35 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 171,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The single "Wrong Impression" peaked at No. 7 on Billboard's Adult Top 40 chart.
Imbruglia will make a series of U.K. TV appearances next month, including performances on March 16 on "CDUK" and March 26 on "Top of the Pops."
Here is the track list for "Counting Down the Days":
"Counting Down the Days"
"I Won't Be Lost"
"On the Run"
"While You're Sleeping"