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Christine and the Queens Share Evasive New Single With Tunji Ige, ‘No Harm Is Done’

The wispy track captures the tension before a potential fight breaks out

Christine and the Queens is readying her U.S. debut album, but the French singer-songwriter has shared another new track to whet your appetite for her unique pop stylings. “No Harm Is Done” pairs Héloïse Letissier with young rapper Tunji Ige for a minimalistic, swirling track that’s rife with a tension that never breaks. In an email to FADER, who premiered the track,  she described it as being about the moment “before something happens, before we choose in which fight we want to engage.” Stream “No Harm Is Done” here.