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Single review: Celestial North – The Nature of Light

This dreamy, effervescent synth-pop from Edinburgh’s Celestial North at once evokes a witchy, wiccan naturalism and a music festival dance tent.

Drawing inspiration from herbalism and natural theology, the song features guest vocals from the artist’s daughter and a melodic message of driving positivity and inner hope in dark times that builds to a euphoric peak.

‘The Nature of Light’ was released on 17th June

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