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Birdy to cover Postal Service, Phoenix for debut album

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Birdy has announced details of her self-titled debut album.

The 15-year-old singer - real name Jasmine Van den Bogaerde - will release Birdy on November 7.

The album will contain her single covers of Bon Iver's 'Skinny Love' and 'Shelter' by The xx. It will also feature covers of tracks by The Postal Service, Phoenix and The National, according to NME.

The collection has been produced by Rich Costey (Muse), Simian Mobile Disco's James Ford (Arctic Monkeys) and Jim Abbiss (Adele).

Justin Vernon of Bon Iver
Birdy said: "I'm so excited to be releasing my very first album. I've had so many amazing experiences in the past year. It has all felt like a dream come true. I just can't wait for everyone to hear it."

The singer's cover of 'Skinny Love' reached number 17 in the UK singles chart earlier this year.

Watch the video for Birdy's version of 'Skinny Love' by Bon Iver below:

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