Today, world-renowned Mercury Prize-winning pianist, singer, and songwriter Benjamin Clementine releases a new song entitled “Eternity.” Get it HERE via Capitol Music Group.
As an ambassador for Swiss luxury watchmaker Vacheron Constantin, he contributed the track to the company’s recently announced “One Of Not Many” campaign and FiftySix® Collection. To cut the tune, Clementine retreated to hallowed ground, recording in the legendary “Studio 2” atAbbey Road Studios in London. He drew inspiration from 19th century English poet Oscar Wilde, interpreting and reimagining the writer’s classic poem “The True Knowledge” within the lyrics.
Rich orchestration and cinematic production underscore his striking and soulful delivery on“Eternity.” Ultimately, he adds robust energy to a canonical classic and embodies the singular spirit of the “One of Not Many” initiative.
Most importantly, “Eternity” sets the stage for more music and news from Benjamin Clementine very soon.
Revered worldwide, Benjamin Clementine’s voice resounds above genre lines as his avant-garde classically induced pop continues to enchant millions worldwide. His 2015 full-length debut, At Least For Now, achieved British music’s most internationally prestigious accolade, the Mercury Prize, and “Best New Act” at Les Victoires de la Musiqe—the French counterpart of the GRAMMY® Awards. Not to mention, its worldwide sales eclipse 230,000 to date. Moreover, he has delivered showstopping performances everywhere from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and The Late Late Show with James Corden to Later with Jools Holland. He shared the cover of T Magazine by The New York Times with none other than hero David Byrne and lent his talents to “Hallelujah Money” by Gorillaz. 2017’s I Tell A Fly incited praise from The Line of Best Fit, The Independent, and more as he headlined Carnegie Hall to celebrate its arrival.