Christine and the Queens is back with a new album and a very new look.
Just as Héloïse Letissier became Christine with her harem of Queens, so does Christine, now, become Chris.
The enigmatic French pop star known as Christine and the Queens put out a new record this year with a bold new face on it, a male alter-ego similar to that of Lady Gaga’s Jo Calderone. Chris, the album and the persona, explores the complexity of gender and the privileges it affords some above others. And how better to show this off visually than with an androgynous dance explosion to her song “Comme Si,” from Chris, on the set of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert? Though Letissier switched to English language songs after hitting major league international fame (a trend often found among contemporary French pop singers), the song has a wicked French refrain that will get stuck in your head and have you dancing for hours.
Source: Christine and the Queens Performs on Colbert
Retrouvez les titres les plus joués en ce moment sur France Bleu à écouter ou regarder selon votre envie. Cette semaine, les nouveaux titres de Christine and the Queens, le duo Louane & Julien Doré, Matt Simons et Yannick Noah & les Enfants de la Terre !
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From Later… with Jools Holland on BBC Two (June 5, 2018).
Interviewed by a British magazine, the singer recently nominated to the Brit Awards expressed her concern about the possibility of a victory of the president of the National Front in the presidential election next May.New darling of the British public since his appointment surprised the Brit Awards alongside Beyoncé, Solange, Sia and Rihanna (no less!), Christine and the Queens, aka Héloïsse Tissier, 28, confided on March 3 the English magazine Evening Standard . The opportunity for British readers to discover the extraordinary course of this young girl from Normale Sup to Mrs. Jojo’s , from the French university to the cabarets queers of London.If Heloise’s progressive moult in “Christine”, her conquest of an identity emancipated from any form of gendered categorization are at the heart of this conversation-river, the young woman also expresses itself at length on political news, confiding in particular Its concern at the rise of populism, in France as in Great Britain or in the United States [ . . . ]
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