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Celine Dion launches her new album ‘Courage’

It is the Eurovision winner's twelfth English studio album

1988 Eurovision Song Contest winner Celine Dion has today launched her new studio album ‘Courage’ which is due to be released on the 15th November. This will be Celine’s first studio album in six years since the release of ‘Loved Me Back to Life’

To celebrate the launch of ‘Courage’, Celine has released three new tracks from the album. ‘Lying Down’, the title track ‘Courage’ and ‘Imperfections’. The album also includes the single ‘Flying On My Own’ which she released a few months ago.

Listen to the new tracks

You are now able to listen to the new tracks from the following streaming platforms.

Spotify:

Apple Music

Promoting the new record on the road

She had just finished her eight-year residency at the Caesars Palace, and Celine has announced that she will be embarking on a world tour to promote her new record. The ‘Courage World Tour‘ is starting today in Canada, with the tour making its way to the United States in early 2020.

Céline Dion in the Eurovision Song Contest

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.

Have you listened to the new tracks from Courage? Will you be listening to Celine’s new album or attend her ‘Courage World Tour’? Let us know in the comments section below or at social media. Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates!

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Tim Jumawan

I started watching Eurovision ever since I moved to the UK in 2006, obsessed since 2012 and haven't looked back since.

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