CHRISTINE and the QUEENS – ” Eyes of a Child “

Posted: July 4, 2020 in MUSIC
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Christine & The Queens has debuted ‘Eyes of a Child’, a new track created for the second season of the Amazon Prime Video series “Hanna”. Accompanied by a bare-bones instrumental featuring spare keys and haunting backing vocals, frontperson Héloïse Letissier sings: “She will come whenever I call her/ But she’ll leave as soon as I sigh/ She’s got the eyes of a child/ And she’ll love without any sorrow/ For she just aims for the heart.”

The latest effort from Héloïse Letissier is one of her most affecting efforts to date – with the singer’s vocals backed by haunting instrumentals throughout the track. It’s the first new track from the singer since ‘I Disappear In Your Arms’ debuted in April, which was  a bonus cut from her recently released surprise EP ‘La vita nuova’.

She’s also been sharing a series of theatrical live-streamed performances while in lockdown, most recently debuting a rendition of ‘La Vita Nuova’ for the ‘Global Goal: Unite For Our Future’ digital benefit concert. Other efforts include a performance of People, I’ve Been Sad, which she performed via livestream from her Parisian home for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Christine and the Queens has shared a handful of quarantine live performances, including an appearance of ‘I Disappear in Your Arms’ at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Christine and the Queens – “Eyes of a Child”, taken from the original soundtrack of “Hanna”

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