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Song Of The Day! Christine and the Queens ‘People, I’ve been sad’ : Such a universal suffrage of emotions.

Christine and the Queens / Photo: Camille Vivier

The ever popular Christine And The Queens is from France, and in her latest ‘People I’ve been sad’, such a universal suffrage of emotions, explode onto the screen with palpable charm and style that has become.

The project is led by Héloïse Adelaïde Letissier, and this beauty of talent and glamor, brings on the quality of work that just hits you at an instant. When you listen, you know you feel ‘home’.

‘People, I’ve been sad’ follows 18 months of live shows, collaborations and international distinctions, around the release of Christine and the Queens’ breathtaking second album ‘Chris’. Most recently, Christine and the Queens collaborated with Charli XCX on the acclaimed single ‘Gone’, released last autumn and a mainstay of 2019’s end of year lists.

Resolute confidence of voice; the project delivers with indescribable uniqueness and charm. A preference for the interesting, and the unassailable attempts at the white cliffs of emotions, culminate in beauty and grace.

Seek her out. Let her be part of your day-to-day.

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Nicolas m’a amené des chardons 🧡

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