Celeste has debuted a brand new song, ‘To Love A Man’.
It’s her first new material to be aired since last year’s debut album ‘Not Your Muse’, and was written alongside Matt Maltese and Lauren Auder.
‘To Love A Man’ comes with visuals and artwork directed by Celeste’s longtime collaborator Jesse Crankson, and arrives the same day as Celeste performs live at Tate Modern as part of the gallery’s major new Surrealism Beyond Borders exhibition; an exclusive event where visitors will have the opportunity to spend the night alongside their favourite works of art, while immersing themselves in an evening of surrealist-inspired activity.
Celeste’s live performance from the gallery’s Turbine Hall will be livestreamed from her social channels, while in the Starr cinema, visitors can view a special screening of Celeste’s new music video alongside the Tate Collective Reframed video. Celeste will also be present to explain how she took inspiration from Salvador Dali’s Metamorphosis of Narcissus.
Celeste is about to head out on her first headline UK tour. The dates read:
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