Christine and the Queens Performs ‘I Disappear in Your Arms’ on ‘Fallon’

Héloïse Letissier aka Christine and the Queens appeared on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon to perform ‘I Disappear in Your Arms’, the bonus track from her most recent EP, La vita nuova. Shot in an empty music venue, the performance aired on Friday (June 12). Check it out below.

The La vita nuova EP was released back in February, following her 2018 album Chris. Last month, Letissier performed ‘People, I’ve been sad’ from her home for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. 

The singer has also posted a series of covers while in quarantine, including Neil Young’s ‘Heart of Gold’, The Weeknd’s ‘Blinding Lights’, and Travis Scott’s ‘Highest In The Room’, in addition to hosting weekly livestreams.

Christine and the Queens is currently working on her third studio album, as she recently confirmed. “The new songs are surprisingly hopeful, and I’ve never described myself as that,” she said. “It’s upsetting because I don’t know how to deal with that! I’ve always said I have a French tormented soul. I have a cool concept for the record, I think.”

 

 

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