the wick of Heloise Letissier seems infinite and incombustible, because when a few months ago we were celebrating the announcement of his third studio album as Christine and the Queenstitled Redcar les adorables étoiles (prologue)lx artistx francesx surprises us at all points with the announcement of a new LP that responds to the name of PARANOIA, ANGELS, TRUE LOVEco-produced again with Mike Dean (usual name for superstar credits like Kanye West, Travis Scott, Beyonce, either Jay Zand that he was already involved in the work of Letissier’s last work).
As if the fact of coming across another work signed by Christine and the Queens In such a short space of time, Letissier rounds off the move by announcing that the album will feature two very special collaborations: one signed by Danielle Balbuenaaka 070 shake (with whom he already collaborated for a song from their latest album) and another signed by none other than Madonna (who will appear on up to two different songs on the LP).
In a statement, Chris has specified that the project serves as the second part of that kind of rock-opera that began with the aforementioned red carand both discs are heavily inspired by the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning work of Tony Kushner, Angels in America: “This second part, entitled ‘PARANOÏA, ANGELS, TRUE LOVE’ is the key to understanding the transformation that occurs when one opens their heart. It feels like a prayer towards oneself that breathes through all the loves that make it up That intense agony that Prior experiences in ‘Angels in America’ is a deep and painful becoming, a detachment of all waters and memories, which then allows the angels to dive deep too and offer a profound love that alters the narrative: a I rest in true love.”
For his part, Christine and the Queens gives us hand in hand To Be Honest the first look at that promising new work, a languid synth-pop cut that explores dark, escapist textures in a sea of blacks and whites shot by the artist propix. PARANOIA, ANGELS, TRUE LOVE will see the light next June 9 by the hand of Because Music.