Confirmed Christine and the Queens confirms new album details

Christine and the Queens confirms new album details

The follow-up to ‘Chaleur Humaine’ is set to land on 21st September.

Christine and the Queens has shared the first details of her forthcoming second album, which is due for release this September. 

Last night, Héloïse Letissier took to her Twitter account to confirm the first few details of the follow-up to ‘Chaleur Humaine’ - it looks like it’s set to be titled ‘Chris’ and will be released on 21st September.

The news follows on from the release of her latest track ‘Girlfriend’ - that features Dâm-Funk - which landed back in May. 

Check out her tweet below, and see her massive list of upcoming lives shows at the bottom of the article. 

OCTOBER
11 Luxembourg, Rockhal
12 Brussels, Forest National
13 Amsterdam, AFAS Live
15 Berlin, Columbiahalle
17 Stockholm, Nobelberget
23 Seattle, The Showbox
26 Oakland, Fox Theater
27 Los Angeles, The Wiltern
31 New York, Brooklyn Steel

NOVEMBER
01 New York, Brooklyn Steel
02 Philadephia, Union Transfer
04 Washington, 9:30 Club
05 Toronto, Danforth Music Hall
06 Montreal, Place Bell
17 Bournemouth, BIC
20 London, Eventim Apollo
21 London, Eventim Apollo
23 Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
24 Edinburgh, Usher Hall
26 Birmingham, O2 Academy
27 Manchester, O2 Apollo
28 Manchester, O2 Apollo
30 Dublin, RDS

DECEMBER
04 Nantes, Zenith
05 Bordeaux, Metropole Arena
06 Montpellier, Zenith Sud
11 Geneva, Arena
12 Strasbourg, Zenith
14 Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier
15 Toulouse, Zenith
18 Paris, AccorHotels Arena

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