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French singer Christine and the Queens (née Héloïse Letissier) is poised for a U.S. breakout. She details the ecstasy and anger that inspired her fierce new record, Chris (out now).

“This album expresses sexuality and desire in more blunt terms than the first record, which was very much about being a dreamer

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