Today, Christine and The Queens releases her brilliant Spotify Singles session, recorded at Rak Studios in London in September 2018. Chris performs a live version of “The walker,” the latest single to be lifted from her acclaimed second album Chris, as well as debuting a defining cover of Sade’s iconic 1992 hit single “No Ordinary Love” for the first time.
Christine and The Queens’ album Chris was written, arranged, produced and performed by Christine and the Queens. It is the follow up to her debut record Chaleur Humaine (called Christine and the Queens in USA), released in France in 2014 and the UK in 2016, and selling more than 1.3 million copies to date.
Christine and the Queens recently released the video for “The walker” which was directed by Colin Solal Cardo, who previously directed the videos for “5 dollars” and “Doesn’t matter”. “It is about the audacity of someone wounded. By exposing the wounds you can hurl yourself against violence before you are killed by it,” said Chris of “The walker” during her YouTube In Conversation event with Solal Cardo.