Héloïse Letissier is the eccentric singer-producer behind Christine and the Queens. Her individuality is exhibited not only through her music but her personality as well. Letissier’s signature sound includes ’80s synth-pop production.
This second studio album is the start of a new era for Christine and the Queens. The French artist has released an honest new record called Chris. It will put you in your feels and make you want to dance. Her cinematic production is partly due to the fact that she used to be a theater student until she was expelled.
“I wanted to be a stage director before I became a pop performer, and writing a record is kind of like staging a huge play in my head,” she told Apple Music.
This spunky musician couldn’t make her fans wait too long after the release of her LP2, Chaleur Humaine in 2015. The long-awaited record, Chris, reveals the same vulnerability and themes of identity Christine and the Queens previously shared. However, she has taken it to a next level.
All of the information you need to listen to the new Christine and the Queen’s album can be seen below.
Christine and the Queens ‘Chris’ Details
Artist: Christine And the Queens
Release Date: September 21st, 2018 | Because Music
Run Time: 1 Hour 32 Minutes
Stream ‘Chris’ Online via Spotify
Listen to ‘Chris’ on Apple Music
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You may buy the album and individual songs on iTunes.