Track of the week. Hamburg born and London based singer-songwriter Celine Love shares her stunning new single ‘Good Girl’. This is a melodic piece of indie-R&B perfection that is nothing short of pure bliss to experience.
Celine recorded the vocals at home in her closet and her dad recorded the bass virtually, giving the track an endearing charm thats perfectly compliments the lyrics.
“The inspiration behind this song was my desire to shed the ‘Good Girl’ image that has been almost imposed on me by my family, and in turn I always felt that’s the way I needed to be in order to be accepted. I’ve always been afraid of being judged, but this year has been a huge journey of self-love and growth and coming to terms with the fact that sometimes I’m not at my best – and that’s ok. I am an overthinking, people-pleasing, stubborn, either emotionally unavailable or far too available Aquarius and needed to own that!”
Taken from the upcoming debut EP ‘Aquarius SZN’ which is out on 16th February 2022.
Emerging London-based artist Celine Love returns with a sultry fusion of neo-soul and alt-R&B on new single ‘Like You Like That’.
A luxurious production by TR33 sets the tone for Celine’s smooth vocals to shine through, serving the listener with refreshingly raw lyricism over a beautifully constructed melody.
“‘Like You Like That’ is about the fear of losing myself in the idea of a perfect romance. After a long term relationship that ended during lockdown I was just starting to feel comfortable in my skin because I had the time to focus on myself. I am a chronic over-thinker and wrote this song almost as a warning to not give up everything I had gained for anyone else.”
Undoubtedly one of the most exciting new R&B talents to emerge from the UK this year, Celine Love only recently graduated with a Masters in Songwriting & Production at Tileyard London – a central pillar of the UK music industry.
‘Twenty-Five’ is all about Love surviving the struggles of her early twenties, and embracing the next chapter in her life. It was written as a way to not only celebrate finding joy, but to also embrace the fact that self-growth is not linear; rather a journey to be proud of.