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Charli XCX Joins Forces With Yaeji and Clairo For New Track February 2017

Friday, 06 September 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Charli XCX has dropped February 2017, a collaboration with Yaeji and Clairo.

The song is the latest to be taken from her new album, 'Charli', which is due out on September 13 and boasts an impressive number of guests, including Lizzo, Christine and the Queens, Haim, Sky Ferreira and Troye Sivan, plus more. Charli said:

“Collaborating with Yaeji and Clairo was really fun and unique. We are all very different artists but coming together on this song felt so special and right. Clairo and I made a load of songs together in my studio in LA one afternoon at the beginning of the year. None of them were this song but it was so easy to write with her that the second I came up with this idea separately I sent it over to her and she came back with loads of ideas. We sent over this idea to Yaeji too and she did a really beautiful verse. It sounds so intimate. It’s one of the most intimate moments on the album. We shot this artwork in Barcelona. These two women are really kind, talented and brilliant. I enjoy both of their music so much. I’m happy we have this song together.”

The alt-dance track finds Charli regretful of a past romantic situation: "Sorry I broke you down, sorry I tore your heart, I ripped it all apart, your headlights in the dark. Sorry 'bout Grammy night, was flyin' out my mind, was in a different place, tortured and drifting by."

The singer will support the follow up to 2014's 'Sucker' with shows across North America, Europe and the UK this autumn. Head below for tour dates and ticket details.

Charli XCX Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun October 27 2019 - GLASGOW SWG3
Mon October 28 2019 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
Wed October 30 2019 - MANCHESTER Albert Hall
Thu October 31 2019 - LONDON O2 Academy Brixton

Fri September 20 2019 - ATLANTA Georgia - Buckhead Theatre (USA)
Sat September 21 2019 - NASHVILLE Tennessee - Marathon Music Works (USA)
Mon September 23 2019 - HOUSTON Texas - White Oak Music Hall - Downstairs (USA)
Tue September 24 2019 - AUSTIN Texas - Emo's East (USA)
Wed September 25 2019 - DALLAS Texas - House Of Blues - Dallas (USA)
Fri September 27 2019 - TEMPE Arizona - Marquee Theatre - AZ (USA)
Sat September 28 2019 - SAN DIEGO California - House Of Blues - San Diego (USA)
Tue October 01 2019 - LOS ANGELES California - Wiltern (USA)
Wed October 02 2019 - OAKLAND California - Fox Theater - Oakland (USA)
Fri October 04 2019 - SEATTLE Washington - Showbox (USA)
Sat October 05 2019 - VANCOUVER British Columbia - Commodore Ballroom (Canada)
Sun October 06 2019 - PORTLAND Oregon - Roseland Theater (USA)
Tue October 08 2019 - SALT LAKE CITY Utah - Union Event Center (USA)
Wed October 09 2019 - DENVER Colorado - Ogden Theatre (USA)
Fri October 11 2019 - MINNEAPOLIS Minnesota - First Avenue (USA)
Sat October 12 2019 - CHICAGO Illinois - House Of Blues - Chicago (USA)
Mon October 14 2019 - TORONTO Ontario - Rebel - Toronto (Canada)
Tue October 15 2019 - MONTREAL Quebec - Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre (Canada)
Thu October 17 2019 - BOSTON Massachusetts - House Of Blues - Boston (USA)
Fri October 18 2019 - WASHINGTON District Of Columbia - 9:30 Club (USA)
Sat October 19 2019 - PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania - Union Transfer (USA)
Mon October 21 2019 - NEW YORK New York - Terminal 5 (USA)
Tue October 22 2019 - NEW YORK New York - Terminal 5 (USA)

Mon November 04 2019 - STOCKHOLM Berns (Sweden)
Tue November 05 2019 - OSLO Sentrum Scene (Norway)
Thu November 07 2019 - COPENHAGEN Vega (Denmark)
Sat November 09 2019 - BERLIN ASTRA Kulturhaus (Germany)
Sun November 10 2019 - HAMBURG Fabrik (Germany)
Tue November 12 2019 - WARSAW Stodola (Poland)
Thu November 14 2019 - PRAGUE Roxy (Czech Republic)
Fri November 15 2019 - COLOGNE Carlswerk Victoria (Germany)
Sun November 17 2019 - LYON Le Transbordeur (France)
Mon November 18 2019 - MILAN Fabrique (Italy)
Wed November 20 2019 - MADRID Sala La Riviera (Spain)
Fri November 22 2019 - BARCELONA Razzmatazz Room 2 (Spain)
Sun November 24 2019 - LUXEMBOURG Den Atelier (Luxembourg)
Mon November 25 2019 - AMSTERDAM Paradiso (Netherlands)
Tue November 26 2019 - BRUSSELS AB Main Hall (Belgium)

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