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A huge star in her native France, Héloïse Letissier (Christine is her entrancing alter-ego) has (partially) rerecorded her radiant debut album in English. The language shift has diluted nothing from the LP’s allure: this is a dazzling and curious electronic pop set that bewitches and challenges. “iT” and “Tilted” are the knockout singles—slinky, restrained and lyrically alive with wit and provocation—but there’s invention around every corner. “No Harm Is Done” is twitchy and insidious, “Jonathan” and “Paradis Perdus” luscious torch songs and “Here” a swirling, multi-lingual, climax.

Customer Reviews

Very intriguing

I like the music enough to buy it, but her dance is what really hooked me. She does traditionally masculine types of dance, rotted in Kelly and Astaire - the MGM musical guys in general. And some hip hop/ popping street genres. It’s about time! I find her art extremely interesting and will be having an eye out on her.

Tilted

we cant stop watching and dancing to tilted........amazingly unique!

Awesome!

I just love this girl's voice and dancing skills!

My favorite track is "iT"

Biography

Born: 1988 in Nantes, France

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

France's Christine and the Queens is the electronic pop solo project of singer, songwriter, and dancer Héloïse Létissier. Born in Nantes, France in 1988, Létissier studied theater at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon (ENS Lyon) before embarking on a music career. Inspired by the drag queens who danced with her while she performed, Héloïse eventually adopted the Christine and the Queens moniker. Influenced by the theatrical pop of David Bowie and Laurie Anderson, as well as the dance choreography of...
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