‘We’re here to bring people together’: Check out new album by West Philadelphia conscious acoustic duo

November 4, 2015


Sterling Duns (right) and Caselli Jordan. Photo courtesy of City Love.

West Philly-based duo City Love, comprised of Mantua and Belmont resident musicians Sterling Duns and Caselli Jordan, writes songs to spread the love, make people move, laugh, and foster dialogue about social issues. Their music is a meeting point between the city and the suburbs; between black and white; heavy and light. They say they are here to bring people together and get everyone shining their lights.

So, City Love wanted you to know that they have just released their new album, Come True. The guys had a release concert at Gojjo on October 15th with over 100 people of all ages and walks of life crammed inside. They have also just been selected as one of five finalists in the City Council’s PHL Live competition for Pop music on November 10th at Underground Arts! Here is a link to a video of the title track from their new album filmed in front of Caselli’s new house on Mantua Ave. (He says he still has a LOT of work to do before it becomes livable!) 

About City Love:

Sterling Duns is a Philly educator, emcee, musician and quaker. Caselli Jordan is a Kindergarten teacher, garden educator, musician, and Chi Kung instructor. Needless to say, their music is eclectic, but heartfelt and unique. Check out some of Sterling Duns’ work herehere and here.

Also, check out this video of their song titled “Be Love”:

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