Cate Le Bon Shares Politically-Charged Single "Home to You"

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Jasmine Albertson

Welsh musician Cate Le Bon is releasing her fifth studio album, Reward, next month via Mexican Summer. Today, she’s shared the second single off the record, “Home to You,” a sweeping avant-pop arrangement.

Following last month’s “Daylight Matters,” the song comes to us via a video made by Phil Collins (not the one you’re thinking of) that focuses on a disenfranchised Romani community in Eastern Slovakia. Without sufficient access to basic needs, the idea of “home” to this community takes on a different meaning. Collins told NPR this about the video:

"In an age of discord, in which the politics of division and xenophobia — from Brexit to Trump — tears communities apart across nations and continents, it is crucial to stand in solidarity everywhere with those subjected to routine discrimination and a denied sense of belonging."

Reward is out May 24 and follows 2016’s Crab Day. Watch the video for “Home to You” below.


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