CHRISTINE AND THE QUEENS Announces New Single ‘I disappear in your arms’

Christine and the Queens today announced her new single ‘I disappear in your arms,’ lifted from her acclaimed ‘La vita nuova’, the EP she surprise released earlier this year.

Produced by Christine and the Queens and Ash Workman, the EP is out now on all digital platforms via Because Music, and available to pre-order on CD and vinyl editions (due for release 29 May).
Listen / buy ‘I disappear in your arms’ here.

After making headline news with her Instagram livestreams, Christine and the Queens today announces three flagship performances from her Parisian home across the next two days. Tonight, at 9pm BST on Friday 17 April, she will perform a special version of ‘I disappear in your arms’ for BBC One’s The Graham Norton Show. Finally, on Saturday, 18 April, she will be participating in Global Citizen’s massive broadcast special One World: Together at Home to celebrate and support healthcare workers in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic; the event is available to stream across multiple outlets online.

‘La vita nuova’ arrived with an accompanying short film of the same name, imagined by Christine and featuring the EP’s five new songs in as many sequences. The 14 minute film is an inward journey that sees the artist invest Opéra Garnier, the world famous Paris opera house, filling it with stories of ghosts and mythical creatures. Through the lens of long-time collaborator Colin Solal Cardo (Robyn, Charli XCX) and with choreography by Ryan Heffington (VMA Award 2014, Grammy Award nominated), Christine and her dancers appear in succession on the Opéra rooftop, its grand stage and most secret recesses, culminating into a feverish moment with Caroline Polachek, a collaborator on the EP’s title track.

Find Christine And The Queens online here.

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