Celeste gives us a taste of what her live performance vibe is like as she brings us closer to the action with visuals for her song "Both Sides of the Moon". The Brighton-born soul singer is in the zone on this one as she dwells on the uncertainty of what love may be or not be. Marrying neo-soul and jazz sensibilities, she showcases a melting pot of influences ranging from soulful greats Aretha Franklin, Minnie Riperton etc to the cosmic sounds of jazz experimentalists Kamasi Washington, Thelonious Monk, Sun-Ra and Alice Coltrane, via the raw urgency of Amy Winehouse's early releases. The soul-drenched song matches her raw, expressive vocal tone that cascade the listening ears like hot butter over a fresh slice.
For the live visual, she is joined by her regular collaborators the Leeds jazz collective Gotts Street Park who help channel the original vibe of the record. Stream the track on Spotify