Listen: Celeste returns with tender new piano ballad ‘To Love A Man’
The track was co-written alongside Matt Maltese and Lauren Auder.
BRIT-award winner Celeste has returned with her first new music since 2021 debut LP ‘Not Your Muse’ - which landed her a Number One - in the form of beautifully fragile new single ‘To Love A Man’.
Written alongside Matt Maltese and Lauren Auder, the piano track doubles down on the arresting power of the singer’s vocal, using minimal ingredients to create a true goosebump maker. The singer will debut the track tonight at a special show in conjunction with the Tate Modern that will be live-streamed from her social channels.
Celeste is also set to head out on her debut UK headline tour this month, which will end in two sold out night’s at London’s Roundhouse.
Listen to ‘To Love A Man’ and check out the dates below.
31 Birmingham Institute
3 Bristol O2 Academy
7 Glasgow The Barrowland Ballroom
12 Cambridge Corn Exchange
16 Manchester Albert Hall
21 London Roundhouse
22 London Roundhouse
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