The seashore is a strange and fascinating place : A meeting between land and sea. It is here that the seabird lives. It is here that we hear her call, her laughing song…
Inland too she inevitably reminds us of the sea, takes us back there… like listening once more to certain defining tunes from our adolescence that transport us to a space-defying-time, a reassuring personal inner space where we are sure of the great things we can accomplish. Sound and music have this power.
Offshore, she proclaims: Land ahoy! We’re safe ! We’re almost there! And her presence delights…
Laughing Seabird’s music recalls these experiences which give us wings, individually or as a group. Travelling, steeping oneself in a lasting, stirring energy.
The result of a patient, Céline’s work has become a personal challenge, a salve, and, an inevitable call. It is about healing, about provoking the unknown, and about shedding our learned behaviours. To create ourselves in other ways and to open the doors of our perceptions to attain… Transformation.
Céline and Manu (Emmanuel Heyner) found they have much to draw them together both being fans of The Beatles, Paul McCartney, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Crosby, Stills Nash and Young, Peter Gabriel and Sting since their teenage years.
Their artistic collaboration is inspired by other sources too: notably by Celtic influences, an integral part of Céline’s identity coming as she does from Brittany with her love for this culture that brings all generations together in moments of liberating communion.
The music of Laughing Seabird, a fortiori in concert, recalls these experiences where we will take off, individually and collectively. Traveling, soaking up a moving and lingering energy.
Fruit of patient, stubborn learning and a strong inner need, Céline’s work has become a personal challenge, a remedy, and an inevitable call. It is about healing, breaking with the known, provoking the blind and evading our programming. To create ourselves differently and to open the doors of our perceptions to access… Transformation.
Admirers since their teenage years of the Beatles, Paul McCartney, Led Zeppelin, The Pink Floyd, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Peter Gabriel, Sting… Céline and Manu (Emmanuel Heyner) have found a bond there. Their work also draws on many other inspirations. The Celtic influence in particular is in Céline’s DNA through her Breton origins and her attachment to this culture which brings together all ages, in moments borrowed from a liberating communion.