Christine And The Queens – Saint Claude (Tourist Remix) | New Music – Conversations About Her

Christine And The Queens – Saint Claude (Tourist Remix) | New Music

Conversations About Her

Christine And The Queens – Saint Claude (Tourist Remix) | New Music

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The UK’s Tourist (William Phillips), winner of a Grammy for his co-writer role in Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me”, now shares a remix of Christine And The Queens’ “Saint Claude”. This the latter’s track from their much lauded debut album. He had his own debut album, U, released in May of this year, which you can get, here. Tour dates below.

 

“Saint Claude (Tourist Remix)” fades in ethereal, steadily getting more animated. Joyous. Vocals follow the light brooding of the hi-hat. Mild distortion rings out, though quite tasteful. Then the vocals soar with passion, though wispy like clouds in the summertime. A grave piano refrain indicates some depth of sadness, before vocal fades out.

 

 

Tourist LIVE DATES:

 

Fri 11.18 – Manchester, UK @ The Warehouse Project
Sat 11.26 – Cologne, GER @ Melt.zip 2016
Tue 11.29 – Brighton, UK @ Patterns
Wed 11.30 – Leeds, UK @ Wardrobe
Thu 12.01 – Bristol, UK @ Marble Factory
Fri 12.02 – London, UK @ Oval Space
Wed 12.7 – Paris, FR @ Winter Camp Festival 2016
Thu 12.8 – Nancy, FR @ Winter Camp Festival 2016
Fri 12.9 – Amsterdam, NL @ Melkweg
Thu 1.26 – Brisbane @ Brisbane Showgrounds (Laneway)
Sat 1.28 – Melbourne @ Footscray Community Arts Centre (Laneway)
Mon 1.30 – New Zealand @ Auckland Albert Park (Laneway)
Fri 2.3 – Port Adelaide @ Hart’s Mill (Laneway)
Sat 2.4 – Rozelle @ Sydney College of the Arts (Laneway)
Sun 2.5 – Fremantle @ Esplanade Reserve and West End (Laneway)

 

#Peace.Love.Tourist

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