Flying head first into New Music Friday is music and Eurovision royalty, Céline Dion. Not flying solo, the new release ‘Flying On My Own’ also comes with a banging remix from Dave Audé!
‘Flying On My Own’
Earlier this month Céline Dion completed her 16 year residency in Las Vegas. To send off the audience with a bang, Céline treated fans to her new song ‘Flying On My Own‘. Now the Eurovision 1988 winner has officially released the new song in time for everyone’s New Music Friday playlists. Signalling a new era for a career that has spanned four decades as the Canadian singer is set to release new album Courage in November.
Soaring as high the title suggests, the new single is an ear-gasmic delight of dance beats from start to finish. Even the lyrics allude to the new direction Céline is taking in her music.”
There’s something shifting in the air, if I’m not mistaken.Céline Dion, ‘Flying On My Own’
The dust is clearing everywhere, memories awaken.
From Caesars Palace to the night clubs of Las Vegas and beyond, this is an anthem of self empowerment and looking forward to the future. “I’m free like an eagle.” Now is the time for Céline to fly on her own and embrace the next chapter in pop diva status. Gliding like Céline’s heavenly vocals is the refreshing EDM production which build in unison to produce a modern, catchy track.
A remix tonight
However, if that wasn’t enough for you, Céline has offered a double delight. Also included with the single is a remix by Grammy Award winning producer and DJ, Dave Audé. The new single is composed by Jörgen Elofsson, Liz Rodrigues and Anton Mårtensson. All three have worked with the biggest names and emerging talents in the industry. Including, Emimem, Pitbull, Kelly Clarkson, Pink, Britney Spears, Rhys and Mariette.
Later this year the new album will be accompanied by the new Courage World Tour. This will begin in Quebec City on 18th September and will consist of over 50 dates. Thereafter the tour will conclude on 27th April 2020 in Winnipeg. As well as this, fans can also see Céline in London’s Hyde Park on 5th July at the British Summer Time series of events. Tickets can be purchased here.
Céline Dion in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988
With the honour of being Switzerland’s last winner 31 years ago, Céline and the impassioned ballad ‘Ne partez pas sans moi’ has transcended the world of Eurovision to international superstardom. Taking victory in Dublin with 137 points – only one more than the United Kingdom’s Scott Fitzgerald, what an alternative trajectory that could’ve been! Since then Céline broke into the English language music scene. Most famously for the Titanic soundtrack, ‘My Heart Will Go On’. Which has contributed to Céline selling over 220 million albums worldwide and becoming an icon in the industry.
Are you flying on your own with Céline Dion’s new bop? Let us know in the comments and on social media @ESCXTRA