Chris from Christine and the Queens on moving weird and owning it

March 14th 2019

  • Christine & the Queens :: Interview with Bridie Tanner

After wrapping up her debut Australian tour, French popstar Chris from Christine and the Queens dropped by the studio to discuss the value of pop, the method behind her eccentric dance moves and the swagger of her one syllable name. She was also pretty keen to learn a few of Bridie’s dance moves.

Although she ditched the ballet shoes and classes from an early age, her dance ethic has not withered. Chris is constantly improvising, learning and perfecting her dance as a form of self-expression which translates to an inspiring, inventive performance style that is her own.

“When someone totally lets go in a movement, it’s always beautiful. Even if the move is weird, it’s always beautiful because owning it makes it powerful.”

Listen back up top and indulge in the importance of self-expression, overcoming social anxiety and find out what’s on the cards for Christine and the Queens this year.


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