For fans of Charlotte Martin, Christine and the Queens, Sarah MacLachlan, Regina Spektor
Cecilee’s most recent album, Never Enough Flowers, is her most emotional and personal album yet. Cecilee has spent more than two years working on this album, and most of that time working with her voice teacher, recording artist Charlotte Martin. In this time, Cecilee has dealt with depression, anxiety, divorce, moving to a new state, and figuring out who she really is: a lesbian.
After years of self-reflection and therapy, Cecilee has come out as a lesbian to friends and family. This part of herself inspired several songs on this album. The touching and emotional Water on Glass is an ode to one of the first women she ever fell in love with. Little Blue is a romantic lullaby for a woman she was interested in. The Heart of the Night is about unleashing what you’ve always kept hidden and not being afraid anymore of being who you really are.
The title track was inspired by two lesbians embracing at a Christian music concert that Cecilee attended in late 2018. This song became the focal point and title of this album because of its main idea: there aren’t enough people in this world who are unafraid to truly be themselves and figure out who they really are.
Though she writes from her experiences of being a lesbian, she doesn’t write and compose music specifically for other LGBTQI+ people. Anyone who enjoys thoughtful, heartfelt piano-driven music with some electronic twists, will enjoy what Cecilee has to offer!
Never Enough Flowers is slated to be released late 2021. Currently, Cecilee is in rehearsals to support Never Enough Flowers on tour in North America. Dates and more information to follow.