Celeste and George Smith launch the Sounds therapeutic music series (Photo: )
Should you relax or cry? Celeste and George Smith help you with their new series of therapeutic music about sounds.
Singers George and Celeste are launching a new 12-part series to uplift and restore us all with powerful music designed to soothe the soul.
Georgia, who has already collaborated with artists like Drake and rapper Stormzy, opens her tear-jerker show with George Smith, who is into music with healing powers.
Hoping to give us all that cathartic space with a good old-fashioned shout out, George will treat listeners to everything from Beethoven classics to the silky, soothing tones of artists like James Blake.
It’s important to take the time to let go and let the music take you to another place, she says.
Of their new series, George added: I hope the music in my new series – from strings and piano to songs and soundtracks – will help you deal with your feelings, evoke different emotions, and make you feel a little better. Imagination has also made me much more relaxed.
George has worked with Drake and Stormzy in the past (Photo: Reuters).
Meanwhile, Celeste conducts her own Downtime Symphony series to help us relax and escape for an hour with classic house music and hip-hop, plus a little jazz fusion.
Celeste highlights what we can all do in a minute to relieve stress and get us thinking about the crazy events of a global pandemic, and says she is determined to help us all slow down what can only be described as a chaotic year.
Separating work from rest is so important for creativity and well-being, now more than ever, she said.
Celeste is also about to release her first album (Photo: Getty).
I’m thrilled to present a series highlighting the best music to slow down, full of nostalgia and musical discovery.
An hour to sit back and relax? You can count on us.
This comes after Celeste announced in late December that she would be releasing her debut album, Not Your Muse, which contains 12 tracks.
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She announced the release on Instagram in February and let her fans know: Not Your Muse is the strength I found when I felt helpless…. By producing this album, I allowed myself to get to a place where I felt empowered, combative and full of strength.
I am very proud of what I have achieved with my first album and to be in this position, after a year that has passed, I feel nothing but gratitude and excitement. I hope you like it.
Tearjerker with Jora Smith starts on the 16th. January, and the Downtime Symphony with Celeste begins on the 23rd. January and will continue each week on Sounds.
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