The rising French sensation takes on the classic 'Who Is It'
Andrew Trendell
16:38 13th July 2016

Christine & The Queens has recorded a devastating cover of the Michael Jackson classic 'Who Is It'. Check it out below. 

Ahead of her upcoming UK tour and recorded for Annie Mac on BBC Radio One, the rising 'Tilted' sensation's take on the single from Jackson's 1991 album Dangerous is drenched in the cinematic melancholy that Christine does oh so well, adding her own European take on the heartache contained within his tale of isolation and infidelity. It's beautiful. 

"I was wanted to cover one song by Michael, but it's quite a heavy burden," she says. "He's quite tough to cover, so I just one that I could bring back to my own way of performing and singing. I chose the song 'Who Is It' because and it's really sad, and I thought I could make it even sadder - if that is possible."

Get tickets to Christine & The Queen's upcoming UK tour here

She continues: "Because Michael is always really groovy with his sadness. Let's do this 'white girl, totally depressed sadness and still see if it grooves." 

Read Gigwise’s interview with Christine & The Queens here

She’ll be playing at London’s Brixton Academy on 2 November, before travelling up to Manchester Apollo on 4 November, and finally Glasgow’s O2 Academy on 7 November.

Christine And The Queens tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday (15 July). See full UK tour dates below, and get tickets and more information here.

Wednesday 2 November - London, O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 4 November - O2 Apollo Manchester
Monday 7 November - O2 Academy Glasgow