Rob Jones


Christine And The Queens release the deluxe version of the smash hit, breakthrough album Chaleur Humaine, with six bonus tracks available digitally and the full physical deluxe, containing bonus tracks and a live DVD filmed at the Zenith Arena in Lille.

Chaleur Humaine has already spent a whopping ten weeks in the top ten of the UK album chart, peaking at #2, #1 on iTunes and #1 on Amazon Music and was recently certified Gold (with 130,000 units now sold) in this country.

Christine is without doubt the breakthrough story of this year – winning Independent Breakthrough Of The Year at the AIM Awards, selling out yet another UK tour this November including two Brixton Academy shows as well as Manchester and Glasgow. She recently featured on the cover of TIME Magazine as a ‘Next Generation Leader’ and the Observer Music Magazine and is nominated for Best Breakthrough and Best Album at this year’s Q Awards.

Unparalleled media support for Christine and Chaleur Humaine continues across Radio 1, Radio 2, Capital FM, BBC 6 Music, Virgin Radio, Kiss FM and Bauer Network with appearances on Jools Holland, Graham Norton, Channel 4 News and BBC’s The One Show.

Christine and the Queens is Nantes-born Héloïse Letissier. Moving to London to study in 2010, Letissier instead found herself drawn to the art and theatre underworld of Soho, where she met the drag queens of Madame JoJo’s who inadvertently helped birth Christine and the Queens. Chaleur Humaine – already more than seven-times platinum in her native France – was released in the UK in February by Because Music (Metronomy, Major Lazer, Django Django).

Chaleur Humaine Deluxe version tracklising

Saint Claude
No Harm Is Done (feat. Tunji Ige)
Science Fiction
Paradis Perdus
Half Ladies
Jonathan (feat. Perfume Genius)
Narcissus Is Back
Safe And Holy
Night 52

Bonus tracks

Saint Claude (Version Française)
Chaleur Humaine


1. Starshipper

2. Half Ladies

3. iT

4. Science Fiction

5. Safe And Holy

6. Here

7. No Harm Is Done

8. Christine

9. Who Is It

10. Jonathan

11. Narcissus Is Back

12. Ugly-Pretty

13. Intranquillite

14. Chaleur Humaine

15. Saint Claude

16. Paradis Perdus

17. The Loving Cup

18. Nuit 17 A 52

Praise for Chaleur Humaine

“an inspiration” – TIME Magazine

“a perfect antidote to pop conservatism” – 5*, The Guardian

“a truly enjoyable record” – 9/10, The Line of Best Fit

“searching for her place in this decade’s pantheon of fabulous poly-musical femmes” – 4*, MOJO

“shimmering synth-pop meets sexual politics” – 4*, Q

“joyously immediate pop music with endless facets” – 4*, DIY

“stylish and empathetic” – 4*, The Observer

“The French sensation taking to the world stage with grace and apparent ease” – Vogue

“owing as much to Weimar cabaret as 1970s-era David Bowie – beguiling” – Sunday Times Culture

“the charismatic French pop sensation on the verge of international stardom” – i-D

Buy / stream Chaleur Humaine here<>

Following festival-stealing performances at Glastonbury and Latitude festivals this summer, and sold out shows at London’s Koko and Roundhouse venues, Christine and the Queens returns to the UK for four sold out shows this November, including her first ever performances in Manchester and Glasgow