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Christine + The Queens Drop Bee Gees Cover: Look + Listen

In celebration of the New Year’s Eve dance parties, Christine and the Queens release their version of the Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive.”

Arriving several days after Barry Gibb was awarded Kennedy Center Honors, the band’s Saturday Night Fever classic was accompanied by a visual directed by Chris and filmed in Venice:

In a statement about the re-imagined 1970s Disco classic, Chris said:

“Art heals! Brings us all together again and again! Art is the experience of humanity, the joyful boat of the imagination, the fireside where we reinvent together – childhood.” “My masters use art as a magical refuge and I, in turn, take them along masked, free of themselves into the sovereign realm of their own dreams. Made in a few days, in an emergency with fabulous friends, generous strangers, the inhabitants of Venice the beautiful, this is our fond farewell to 2023.”

Since May of this year, Christine and the Queens have been performing the Bee Gees song onstage, when the band covered the track mashed up with the Bee Gee’s “Night Fever” during a performance in Cannes, France.

2023 saw the release of Christine and the Queens’ epic triple-LP Paranoia, Angels, True Love, that followed Redcar les adorables étoiles (prologue) the year prior. The latest full length featured guests appearances by Madonna, Shake 070, and Mike Dean.

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Author: Saul Goode

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