Christine and the Queens premieres new song No Harm Is Done feat. Tunji Ige:

Rising electro-chanteuse Christine and the Queens has teamed up with Nigerian-born, Philadelphia-based rapper Tunji Ige for her new single No Harm Is Done

The singer-songwriter, who herself hails from Nantes, France, premiered the latest offering from her upcoming full length US debut via Fader after it received its first radio play on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show, explaining that it’s about the moment “before something happens, before we choose in which fight we want to engage.”

Produced by the 27 year old with Noah Breakfast (who previously co-produced Ellie Goulding’s cover of Alt-J’s Tesselate with Xaphoon Jones), the compelling No Harm Is Done packs in stirring, nuanced vocals from both artists, and more than whets the appetite for Christine and the Queens’ upcoming self-titled full lengther which will be released Stateside on 16 October. 

Listen below. 


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