March 13, 2012 8:46

Marina And The Diamonds debut new single 'Primadonna' online – listen

Singer reveals the first single proper from her second album 'Electra Heart'

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Marina And The Diamonds has debuted 'Primadonna', the first single from her forthcoming new album 'Electra Heart', online. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to hear the track.

The track, which has been produced by long-time Britney Spears/Katy Perry collaborator Dr Luke, is set for release on April 16. 'Electra Heart', meanwhile, which is the follow-up to the singer's 2010 debut record 'The Family Jewels', will be released on April 30.

The LP contains 12 tracks in all, three of which - 'Homewrecker', 'Starring Role' and 'Fear & Loathing' - have already been released online.

The singer's recent single 'Radioactive', however, will not feature on the album. Other producers who have worked on the record include Diplo (Rolo Tomassi/MIA), Stargate (Rihanna/Chris Brown) and Guys Sigsworth (Bjork/Frou Frou).

Marina And The Diamonds will embark on a UK tour in May in support of the album, playing eight shows across the UK. The gigs begin at Manchester Cathedral on May 4 and run until May 15, when they headline Cardiff Coal Exchange.

You can watch an interview with Marina from last month's NME Awards at London's O2 Brixton Academy by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The tracklisting for 'Electra Heart' is as follows:

'Bubblegum Bitch'
'Primadonna'
'Lies'
'Homewrecker'
'Starring Role'
'The State Of Dreaming'
'Power And Control'
'Living Dead'
'Teen Idle'
'Valley Of The Dolls'
'Hypocrates'
'Fear & Loathing'



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