Celia Palli gives a taste of what to expect on upcoming LP with “Complicity”

Born in Barcelona, Celia Palli burst into the Toronto music scene in 2009 as the background vocalist for Canadian artist Nelly Furtado. She got to open for the Grammy winner on her Spirit Indestructible European tour in 2013. Celia Palli’s debut album was released in October 2014.

Her single ‘I’ll Be Fine’ not only made it to the semi-finals of the ISC (International Songwriting Competition) but the music video was picked up by the Spanish TV stations and played regular across the country. The track counts over 1 million streams on Spotify. On April 2015, Spain’s national newspaper La Vanguardia and the Strenes Festival gave Celia the ‘New Artist Of The Year’ award and on May 30th 2015, CBC announced the Official Hymn for the Pan Am games for which Celia wrote the Spanish lyrics “Together We Are One/Unidos Somos Más.”

Celia Palli toured Spain on the summer of 2015 and 2016. After a year identifying the sound that represented her best as an artist today, Celia joined forces with multi-platinum, Grammy nominated producer duo LikeMinds in Brooklyn to record her second album ‘Technicolours’.

Celia Palli is excited to release ‘Complicity’, the first single off her new album. Written with Vancouver-based artist Nashlyn, ‘Complicity’ is a captivating and sensual track that effortlessly showcases the vocals of Celia Palli. Speaking about the songwriting process, she said: “In Spanish “complicity” is a positive word. If one can sense complicity between two lovers, it is seen as a compliment. I asked Nashlyn to write the lyrics with me and we used the connotations that this word has in English to help us describe the deep connection in the relationship I sing about.”

Complicity is now available on all digital and streaming platforms, worldwide.

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