The video arrives after Celeste announced plans to release her debut album ‘Not Your Muse’ a month earlier than planned on January 29.
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Speaking of the new video, director Sammy King said: “It’s the late 80s, London and the global currency is LOVE! The women of a buzzing stock exchange office are working around the clock to help bring Love back to the top and to do so, they’ll have to work together to sell Love Stocks via the airwaves.
“Celeste takes it upon herself to educate an exclusively male board about Love and how to bring these numbers back up worldwide. This video is an homage to the limitless capacities of female empowerment, consequently transmitting the message that Love is our most valuable resource.”
Watch the ‘Love Is Back’ video below.
Celeste adds of the song: “‘Love Is Back’ is a satirical look at love. It pinpoints the moment you see someone who you really fancy, the feeling is all new again, you get carried away with the idea of who you think they may be…
“You then think you are in love again… And then the reality comes to you that this person really isn’t right at all!! Although now when I sing it the feeling is different because love really is back!”
See the full list of cameos in Celeste’s ‘Love Is Back’ video below.
Chiara Mottiron – Model/Illustrator
Robin Sparkes – Artist
Nylo Beeharry – Journalist/Writer
Jack Rolf – Actor
Jamien Socrates Van Cleef – Musician
Miss Jason – YouTube Vlogger/DJ
Josephine Jones – Designer
Jaime Winstone – Actor
Elhiest – Musician
Malaya Mekonnen – Model
Jazz Grant – Artist
Holly Millman – Photographer
Zenobia Voegele-Downing – Model
Molly Bridgewood – Artist
Mel C – Musician
Lu Kyriacou – Designer
Faye Wei Wei – Artist
Elis Moaven – Model
Josh Harvey – Musician
Atul Sharma – Actor
Kim Lee – Actor
Graham Sayle – Artist
Princess Julia – DJ/ Culture Correspondent
Celeste, who won the BBC’s Sound Of 2020 poll and the BRIT Awards’ Rising Star prize last year, this week announced three live shows at London’s Union Chapel on July 6, 7 and 8.