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WHAT IT IS: L.A.-born, Brighton-bred singer/songwriter Celeste, who started writing music at 17, blends British soul and jazz-tinged blues over subtle R&B melodies to create her distinct sound. Since being named BBC’s Introducing Artist of the Year in late 2019 and winning the BBC Sound of 2020 poll, the BRITs Rising Star award winner has been featured on a variety of Artists to Watch lists. After signing to Lily Allen’s Bank Holiday label, which released her first EP, she inked with Polydor in 2018 and is gearing up to release her self-titled debut album later this year. Single “Stop This Flame,” the title track to Netflix’s They’ve Gotta Have Us, exemplifies what’s yet to come from Celeste.
ALBUM: Celeste
RELEASE DATE: September 2020
SINGLE: “Stop This Flame”
TV: Later…With Jools Holland, Top of the Pops, The Late Late Show with James Corden, 2020 BRITs Awards, The Graham Norton Show, E!
LIVE: 2020 U.S. headline dates to be announced; headlined NYC’s Bowery Ballroom; Performed at Glasonbury, SXSW, Cannes Film Festival; supported Janelle Monáe and Michel Kiwanuka on tour
INTERNET: 11.5m+ Spotify streams on “Stop This Flame,” 25m+ streams on EP Compilation 1.1, 2.1m+ monthly listeners; 11.6m+ combined views on YouTube
PRESS: The Guardian, NYT, GQ, Forbes, Fader, Vogue, Stereogum, Refinery 29, BrooklynVegan, Idolator, NME
BOOKING: Emma Banks & Summer Marshall/CAA
PUBLISHING: Warner Chappell
MANAGEMENT: Duncan Ellis & Ben Smallwood/Atlas Artists