Christine And The Queens announces debut Australian shows

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Christine And The Queens announces debut Australian shows


French pop icon, Christine And The Queens, will play her first ever Australian shows next year, hitting the stage at WOMADelaide and Perth Festival as well as performing headline shows in Melbourne and Sydney. 

Since making her debut in 2014 with the seminal album Chaleur Humane, Héloïse Letissier (aka Christine And The Queens) became a beacon of artistry – using her bold, synth-soaked sound to explore complex subjects such as gender and sexuality. The album’s follow up, Chris, saw Letissier cement her status as a pop stalwart with her blend of English and French lyrics digging deep into the female experience and hailing her a feminist symbol. Due to her bold standings relating to gender and sexuality, it’s only fitting that the singer’s WOMADelaide performance is scheduled for International Women’s Day. 

Across the past four years, Christine And The Queens has found herself on stages ranging from Coachella and Glastonbury to Later with Jools Holland and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, as well as being dubbed one of the most influential young creatives in the world in Time Magazine‘s ‘Next Generation Leaders’ issue. 

Revered for her explosive live performances and unparalleled talent, Christine And The Queens’ first Australian shows are set to be nothing short of magical.