- 14 Jan 21
Celeste is also launching her new BBC Radio 3 series 'Downtime Symphony' on January 23rd, with an hour of classically-infused house, hip-hop, choral music and jazz fusion on offer.
British-Jamaican soul artist Celeste has announced that she will be releasing her highly-anticipated debut album Not Your Muse a month earlier than scheduled.
The singer-songwriter - who won the BBC’s Sound Of 2020 poll and the BRIT Awards’ Rising Star award last year - initially confirmed that the record would arrive on February 26th.
Celeste has since announced on Instagram that Not Your Muse will land on January 29th instead.
Speaking about the album upon its initial announcement back in December, Celeste explained that ‘Not Your Muse’ is about “the power I found when I felt powerless”.
“In making this album I have allowed myself to arrive at a place where I feel empowered, fiercely wide-eyed and fulfilled,” Celeste said.
“I’m very proud of what I’ve achieved on my debut album and to be in this position, after the year that has been, I feel nothing but gratitude and excitement. I hope you enjoy it...”
Read the full Hot Press interview between Tanis Smither and Celeste from June 2020 here.
Pre-order Not Your Muse here and check out the album's tracklist below:
1. ‘Ideal Woman’
2. ‘Strange (Edit)’
3. ‘Tonight Tonight’
4. ‘Stop This Flame’
5. ‘Tell Me Something I Don’t Know’
6. ‘Not Your Muse’
8. ‘Love is Back’
9. ‘A Kiss’
10. ‘The Promise’
11. ‘A Little Love’
12. ‘Some Goodbyes Come with Hellos’