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MacDonald ready to work on new album

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MacDonald ready to work on new album

Rex Features

Amy MacDonald has decided to stop promoting her debut album in favour of producing new material.

The Scottish singer has sold more than two million copies of her 2007 disc This Is The Life, but is finally ready to lay the project to rest.

Writing on her online blog, MacDonald revealed: "I'm on the home stretch. After two years of promoting this album it is about to come to an end.

"It wasn't really a natural end as people are still constantly requesting promotional trips. It's more a case of if we don't come to an end with this album then I'll still be promoting it when I'm 40."

The star added that she has been offered creative freedom by her record company following the success of her self-penned debut.

"I finish up with two gigs in Paris and then I have three months off to get some songs together and try to get some demos recorded," she explained.

"I've got a few songs which I'm really chuffed with and it's so nice to be doing things in my own time and not to be pressured by anyone."

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