Taken from the French language version of her upcoming second album 'Chris'
Christine and the Queens has shared a new French language single titled ‘La marcheuse’. It’s taken from the French version of her forthcoming new album ‘Chris’.
The track is the fourth song to be previewed from the French artist’s new LP, which is due out on September 21. ‘Girlfriend’ was the first track to be released from the upcoming record back in May, ‘Doesn’t Matter’ was shared last month, while ‘5 Dollars’ was released earlier this month.
The international / English language version of the song, titled ‘The walker’, will feature on the English version of the new album. You can listen to the French version below.
You can see the full tracklist for ‘Chris’ below.
‘Girlfriend’ (feat. Dâm-Funk)
‘Damn (What Must A Woman Do)’
‘Feel So Good’
‘Make Some Sense’
Last month, the artist shared more details about ‘Chris’, where she discussed her current preference for being called Chris.
“Héloïse? Christine? Chris? Maybe I will be called C at some point,” she said. “Well, Chris is just the shorter version of Christine, so most of my friends have called me Chris for a while. It’s way more efficient.”
Speaking to NME about the album, Christine And The Queens said that it will ‘sweaty, more sexual and tougher’ than her debut.
“Maybe more high-tempo, but still really sad because I’m just me and I’m just sad deep down, but I’ll be properly able to dance on it all the time,” she continued.
When asked about the lyrical inspiration of the album, she replied: “I just want to be someone who desires. I think it’s interesting to think about the one female character who desires and is really lusting after them, like a male rockstar could be. I want to be that tiny desiring thing – sexual, but then I’m here again to define what it means to be sexual. I’m not there to do what’s been done.”