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article imageFoxes hints at releasing ‘Doctor Who’ single, possible album too

By Mathew Wace Peck     Jun 6, 2014 in Music
British pop singer Foxes has spoken about releasing as a single the track that she will be performing in the new season of “Doctor Who”.
What’s more, the 25-year-old is open to releasing a Doctor Who-inspired album as well.
Last month, it was revealed that Foxes would be joining Peter Capaldi in his first season as the Doctor since taking over the role from Matt Smith late last year.
The Grammy-award-winning singer will be making her acting debut on the long-running science-fiction drama series, though of the character she will be playing are still thin on the ground.
What is known is that, as Who showrunner Steven Moffat puts it, “the Doctor is finally catching up on his phone calls,” and that she will be performing a song on the show.
“I’m not the villain,” was all Foxes would say; but she did tell BBC Radio 1’s Newsbeat that the song she was performing “might get released” as a single and that there could be a Doctor Who album, too.
Capaldi’s first full season of Doctor Who — which has been in production since late 2013 and is still currently filming — is set to return to television screens some time this August.
His Doctor is set to be joined by up to three companions. Jenna Coleman will be returning as Clara Oswald, who was first seen in 2012 in the serial Asylum of the Daleks.
Coal Hill School  Shoreditch  London (screenshot)
Coal Hill School, Shoreditch, London (screenshot)
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Samuel Anderson joins the TARDIS crew as Danny Pink. Still not officially confirmed, but strongly rumoured, is Ellis George as Courtney.
All three characters are based at Coal Hill School, the school that made its first appearance in the very first episode of Doctor Who way back in 1963 and that returned centre stage in last year’s Doctor Who 50th-anniversary special, The Day of the Doctor.
Other guest stars already confirmed for Capaldi’s first set of episodes are Jonathan Bailey (Broadchurch), Keeley Hawes (who was most recently seen in the second season of Joe Mercurio’s Line of Duty), Hermione Norris (MI5), Tom Riley (Da Vinci’s Demons) and Frank Skinner (Room 101).
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