Christine and the Queens feat. Tunji Ige: No Harm is Done

Through her trouser-suit-outfitted stage persona, Christine—of Christine and the Queens—French singer-songwriter Héloïse Letissier finds the courage and freedom to sing of melancholy, anger, her scars and her desire to take back power. Her debut LP Chaleur Humaine has already become a sensation in France, and an English version is set for release this October 2015, simply titled Christine and the Queens. It will feature three new tracks, one of which releases this week: the dark and restrained “No Harm is Done” features Philadelphia-bred rapper Tunji Ige. Letissier describes the song as “a picture of the moment before: before something happens, before we choose in which fight we want to engage.”