Celine Love Shares New Single ‘Good Girl’

London-based African-American, Jamaican and German descent singer and songwriter Celine Love has just shared her brand new single Good Girl, a chilled out piece of soulful indie-r&b. 
The final single to be taken from her upcoming debut EP Aquarius SZN, set to arrive on February 16th, Good Girl is a song about wanting to shed the image family have imposed in one's life and encourages the listeners to own their own truth and be themselves and not what others want them to be. This message is wrapped around a polished production, courtesy of R&B/Trap Producer TR33, that makes Celine Love's gorgeous vocals the star of the song. I am a fan of Celine Love's smooth, soulful vocals and how they beautifully convey the emotion of her storytelling. Apart from her vocals, I am particularly fond of the infectious beat, dreamy harmonies and how the song has an overall warm, laid-back atmosphere perfect for those relaxing weekends at home. 
Accompanying the release, Celine Love has shared its official music video, shot by Isa Hess, which beautifully embodies the songs warmth and chilled out vibes. Check it out below!



Speaking of the track, Celine says,
The inspiration behind this song was my desire to shed the ‘Good Girl’ image that has been almost imposed on me by my family, and in turn I always felt that’s the way I needed to be in order to be accepted. I’ve always been afraid of being judged, but this year has been a huge journey of self-love and growth and coming to terms with the fact that sometimes I’m not at my best - and that’s ok. I am an overthinking, people-pleasing, stubborn, either emotionally unavailable or far too available Aquarius and needed to own that! 
My hope is that my music inspires people to be more vulnerable about their struggles with people who care about them. It can be a great trait to not want to burden others but some people are happy to share the weight. Own your truth, be a good girl, be a bad girl or don’t be a girl at all. No one but yourself makes up the rules!