24 – 26 Jun 2016, Worthy Farm, Pilton
Christine and the Queens
Christine and the Queens
14:10 Fri 24 Jun 2016 Other Stage

Héloïse Adélaïde Letissier (born 1 June 1988), known professionally as Christine and the Queens or occasionally simply Chris, is a French singer, songwriter, and record producer.

Her debut album, Chaleur humaine (2014), was named one of the best albums of the year by The Guardian, The Independent, Mojo, and NME.

In 2018, she released her second album, Chris, which was named "Album of the Year" by The Guardian, with its first single "Girlfriend" ranked "Song of the Year" by Time.

In 2020, she released an EP in reaction to her mother's death called La Vita Nuova, coupled with a short film shot at the famed Opéra Garnier. Its first single "People, I've Been Sad" was named "Song of the Year" by Time.

In 2016, she was ranked number 1 in Vanity Fair's list of the most powerful and influential French people (far ahead of the president of France), who noticed her "radiance of French genius". In 2017, she was chosen as the headline for Time's list of the 10 leaders of the next generation, in addition to Forbes ranking her one of the most influential and talented people under 30 in the same year.

Héloïse Adélaïde Letissier (born 1 June 1988), known professionally as Christine and the Queens or occasionally simply Chris, is a French singer, songwriter, and record producer.

Her debut album, Chaleur humaine (2014), was named one of the best albums of the year by The Guardian, The Independent, Mojo, and NME.

In 2018, she released her second album, Chris, which was named "Album of the Year" by The Guardian, with its first single "Girlfriend" ranked "Song of the Year" by Time.

In 2020, she released an EP in reaction to her mother's death called La Vita Nuova, coupled with a short film shot at the famed Opéra Garnier. Its first single "People, I've Been Sad" was named "Song of the Year" by Time.

In 2016, she was ranked number 1 in Vanity Fair's list of the most powerful and influential French people (far ahead of the president of France), who noticed her "radiance of French genius". In 2017, she was chosen as the headline for Time's list of the 10 leaders of the next generation, in addition to Forbes ranking her one of the most influential and talented people under 30 in the same year.

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Set List on Other Stage on 24 Jun 2016 at Worthy Farm, Pilton