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Charli XCX

Charli XCX, Singer-Songwriter, Photocredit: Kaytlin Christie


Charli XCX in pink Top

Charli XCX, Singer-Songwriter, Photocredit: Warner Music


Charli XCX, Albumcover, title Sucker

Charli XCX, Singer-Songwriter, Photocredit: Warner Music


Charli XCX '360', official video


Charli XCX 'Von dutch', official Video


Charli XCX 'Speed Drive' (From Barbie The Album), official video


Charli XCX AND TIESTO 'HOT IN IT', official video


Charli XCX 'Used To Know Me', official video


Charli XCX 'Baby', official video


Charli XCX ft.RINA SAWAYAMA 'Beg For You', official video


Charli XCX 'New Shapes feat. Christine and the Queens
and Caroline Polachek', official video


Charli XCX 'Claws', official Video


Charli XCX 'Forever', official Video


Charli XCX 'White Mercedes',
official Video


Charli XCX '2099', official Video


Charli XCX & Troye Sivan '1999',
official Video


Charli XCX & Christine and the Queens
'Gone', official Video


FEAT. LIZZO, official Video


Charli XCX 'Break The Rules', official Video


Charli XCX 'breaking Up', official Video


Charli XCX 'The Fault In Our Stars', official Video


Biography - Charli XCX


07.06.2024: Charli XCX today releases ‘BRAT’ - her critically acclaimed sixth studio album!


After a fearless campaign that has seen Charli cause roadblocks around the world with her pop-up PARTYGIRL DJ sets, break the internet with viral videos and single reworks featuring the likes of Addison Rae, Robyn, Yung Lean, Julia Fox, Chloë Sevigny, Rachel Sennot and Skream & Benga and introduce a new tone of green to the cultural lexicon, her eagerly awaited album has finally arrived to a fanfare of acclaim.

In a slew of striking five star reviews, The Guardian lavish praise on the “insecurity-obliterating anthems by pop’s most human superstar”, DORK label the album “an in-your-face instant cult classic” and DIY applaud it as “an exhilarating ode to the multiple facets of club culture that have formed the foundations for everything Charli has become over the best part of two decades”. In addition, the plethora of doting reviews see Rolling Stone commend BRAT as “a confessional LP that never loses its energy” and Financial Times brand the record “one of her best”.

The new album ‘BRAT’ includes the hit single ‘Von dutch’ - the brash and synth heavy first taste of the record – alongside recent releases ‘Club classics’, ‘B2b’ and ‘360’. In addition, Charli has released a selection of viral reworks of the singles from ‘BRAT’ including ‘The von dutch remix with addison rae and a. g. cook’ and ‘The 360 remix with robyn and yung lean’.

In support of ‘BRAT’, Charli will be embarking on her biggest ever headline shows in arenas throughout the UK in November and December as well as teaming up with longtime collaborator Troye Sivan for their highly anticipated co-headline US arena tour ‘Charli XCX & Troye Sivan Present: Sweat’, including a newly announced second show at The Kia Forum in Los Angeles due to phenomenal demand.

Charli threw a momentous Boiler Room in New York’s Brooklyn in February to launch the ‘BRAT’ campaign with A. G. Cook, George Daniel, Finn Keane and Doss. The show broke the record for the most ever RSVPs to a Boiler Room event, with over 40k people registering to attend. Featuring special guest appearances from the likes of Addison Rae and Julia Fox, the show has easily become one of the viral moments of the year.

Alongside her new album, Charli has been working on multiple film & TV projects following the breakout success of her Barbie soundtrack contribution ‘Speed Drive’ last year. She is co-executive producing the score for the A24 film ‘Mother Mary’ with Jack Antonoff and also producing original music for Benito Skinner’s series ‘Overcompensating’ on Prime Video. In addition, Charli will star in the Daniel Goldhaber remake of 1978 cult horror film ‘Faces of Death’.

Avant-pop and electronic superstar Charli XCX has become an iconic figure in the arts, having helped expand the landscape of popular music over the last decade by seamlessly traversing the underground and mainstream with her artistic output. Over the course of a trailblazing career, the multi-hyphenate creative has earned critical acclaim for her innovative style and entrepreneurial spirit and seen her forward-thinking approach reshape pop culture in the process.

Her lasting impact was cemented last year when Charli was honoured with the Visionary Award at the annual Ivor Novellos in London, while she also received the Powerhouse Award at Billboard’s Women In Music ceremony in March and the ASCAP Global Impact Award last month.


10.05.2024: Charli XCX - '360' - new music video out now!




Avant-pop and electronic superstar Charli XCX has become an iconic figure in the arts, having helped expand the landscape of popular music over the last decade by seamlessly traversing the underground and mainstream with her artistic output. Over the course of a trailblazing career, the multi-hyphenate creative has earned critical acclaim for her innovative style and entrepreneurial spirit and seen her forward-thinking approach reshape pop culture in the process. Her lasting impact was cemented last year when Charli was honoured with the Visionary Award at the annual Ivor Novellos in London, while she also received the Powerhouse Award at Billboard’s Women In Music ceremony in Los Angeles in March.

Alongside her new album, Charli has been working on multiple film & TV projects following the breakout success of her Barbie soundtrack contribution ‘Speed Drive’ last year. She is co-executive producing the score for the A24 film ‘Mother Mary’ with Jack Antonoff and also producing original music for Benito Skinner’s series ‘Overcompensating’ on Prime Video. In addition, Charli will star in the Daniel Goldhaber remake of 1978 cult horror film ‘Faces of Death’.


01.03.2024: Charli XCX - 'Von dutch' - new music video out now!


Charli XCX today releases ‘Von dutch’ - the first single taken from her highly anticipated forthcoming new album ‘BRAT’.


Produced by EASYFUN, ‘Von dutch’ is a brash and synth heavy return from the avant-pop superstar and an exciting indication of her new era. The accompanying video, directed by Torso, was shot at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport and features Schwarzkopf as the official hair partner.


Charli’s impending sixth studio album ‘BRAT’ is the eagerly awaited follow up to 2022’s ‘CRASH’, which reached number 1 on the UK’s official album chart, and promises to be an exhilarating club record built around high art references and social commentary: a new era both musically and visually.


Last week saw Charli throw a momentous Boiler Room in New York’s Brooklyn to launch her new campaign with A. G. Cook, George Daniel, EASYFUN and Doss. The show broke the record for the most ever RSVPs to a Boiler Room event, with over 40k people registering to attend. Featuring special guest appearances from the likes of Addison Rae and Julia Fox, the show has easily become one of the viral moments of the year and found the likes of PAPER Magazine lavishing praise on the “sweaty, floor-rattling rave we’ll be referencing for years to come”.


Alongside her new album, Charli has been working on multiple film & TV projects following the breakout success of her Barbie soundtrack contribution ‘Speed Drive’ last year. She is co-executive producing the score for the A24 film ‘Mother Mary’ with Jack Antonoff and also producing original music for Benito Skinner’s series ‘Overcompensating’ on Prime Video. In addition, Charli will star in the Daniel Goldhaber remake of 1978 cult horror film ‘Faces of Death’.


Avant-pop and electronic superstar Charli XCX has become an iconic figure in the arts, having helped expand the landscape of popular music over the last decade by seamlessly traversing the underground and mainstream with her artistic output. Over the course of a trailblazing career, the multi-hyphenate creative has earned critical acclaim for her innovative style and entrepreneurial spirit and seen her forward-thinking approach reshape pop culture in the process.


Her lasting impact was cemented last year when Charli was honoured with the Visionary Award at the annual Ivor Novellos in London, while she will also receive the Powerhouse Award at Billboard’s Women In Music ceremony next week in Los Angeles.


17.08.2023: Charli XCX - 'Speed Drive' (From Barbie The Album) - new music video out now!


Charli XCX releases her official music video for Speed Drive, her track from Barbie The Album. Speed Drive has amassed over 70M global streams, hit #9 on the UK Official Charts and entered the Billboard Hot 100 becoming Charli’s fifth song to chart in the US.

Filmed in Los Angeles, the video was co-directed by Charli with Ramez Silyan, starring Charli and Devon Lee Carlson racing a pink Corvette convertible under the Californian sun. In the video Charli teases an upcoming project with Sam Smith when she receives a phone call from Sam on her Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5.

Charli continues to position herself as a prolific collaborator in the film space, producing original scores and tracks for feature film story-telling. Earlier this year Charli made ‘Hot Girl’, the official song for A24 teen slasher film Bodies, Bodies, Bodies directed by Halina Reijn and starring Rachel Sennott; the track instantly went down as a cult fan favorite. She has contributed to the original score of teen queer comedy Bottoms directed by Emma Seligman releasing August 25th in the US. Next up Charli is co-executive producing with Jack Antonoff the musical score for Mother Mary, David Lowry’s film which follows a fictional pop musician starring Anne Hathaway and Michaela Coel due for release in 2024. As an actress Charli has been cast in the reboot of the 1978 cult horror classic Faces of Death which is currently under production.

Atlantic Records’ Barbie The Album, the groundbreaking and star-studded musical companion to Warner Bros. Pictures’ Barbie, now surpasses over 1B global streams. Greta Gerwig’s Barbie is now officially #1 at the global box office surpassing $1B worldwide and counting.


13.08.2022: CHARLI XCX AND TIESTO - 'HOT IN IT' - new music video out now!

Tiësto joined forces with pop superstar Charli XCX on certified song of the summer Hot in It which has been taking over since its release last month. The sizzling hot official music video directed by Hannah Lux Davis (Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Demi Lovato) is out everywhere via Atlantic Records today (watch HERE)! The video stars Charli XCX getting Hot in It in a local mattress store, and made its broadcast premiere MTV Live, MTVU, MTV Biggest Pop and on the Paramount Times Square billboards!

After Tiësto heard Charli’s cut on “Hot in It” it was clear this was going to be the song of the summer. Charli teased the song early on TikTok and started gaining massive attention on the platform and is continuing to do so with the release of the official music video!

Since its release just a month ago, “Hot in It” already has over 200M views across TikTok and IG Reels, over 34k creations on Reels, and streamed 40 million times globally. It is the #2 most popular song used in strip clubs across the US, and sitting at #15 on the US Dance Radio Chart. “Hot in It” is the fourth single from Tiësto’s upcoming album including his three previous certified hit singles “The Business”, “Don’t Be Shy” with Karol G, and The Motto with Ava Max totaling 2.5 billion global streams.


15.04.2022: CHARLI XCX- 'Used To Know Me '- new music video out now!

Pop Icon Charli XCX drops the visuals to her party anthem 'Used To Know Me', directed by Alex Gill.
'Used To Know Me' is the catchy story of a post-breakup revival, and borrows from the 1990 house hit “Show Me Love” by Robin S. The video comes in to further extend the impressive visuals that Charli has delivered in this era with cohesion and consistency, under the creative direction of Imogene Strauss and Choreography from Nathan Kim.



(Friday 18th March) –– Today, Charli XCX released Crash, her highly anticipated new album. Crash is Charli’s fifth studio album. Crash, the album, is a work of art consisting of twelve tracks including known hits Good Ones, New Shapes (feat. Christine and the Queens and Caroline Polachek), Beg For You (feat. Rina Sawayama) and the most recent pop masterpiece Baby.


02.03.2022: CHARLI XCX - 'BABY' - new music video out now!

13.02.2022: CHARLI XCX - 'BEG FOR YOU' FEAT. RINA SAWAYAMA - new music video out now!

13.11.2021: Charli XCX - 'New Shapes' feat. Christine and the Queens and Caroline Polachek
- new music video out now!

02.05.2020: Charli XCX - 'Claws' - new music video out now!






Today Charli XCX releases the video for ‘forever’, the debut track taken from her forthcoming album ‘how i’m feeling now’. Charli announced the visual at the second of her Zoom press conferences last night with fans and special guests such as Nadya Tolokno of Pussy Riot and Shamir Bailey in attendance. The video is co-directed by Charli and Dan Streit and takes fan collaboration to the next level, with Charli’s fans, known as the Angels, contributing over 5000 clips to be stitched together to create the video. Sending out an open call to her fans, Charli collated Angels’ past memories, as well as tender moments shared directly from their phone camera roll. ‘forever’ was written by Charli XCX and produced by A. G. Cook and BJ Burton. The track was created within two days, with Charli teaming up with Cook and Burton via the internet while all three are in self-isolation. This is a working process that will continue throughout the album, with the entirety of the project being written, recorded, produced and released while in quarantine, with the process being shared with her fans for feedback, contributions and more. A romantic, hopeful cut of progressive pop, ‘forever’ glows with luminous synths and cascading pixelated textures. Lo-fi in nature before slowly unfurling into something more beautiful, ‘forever’ is a perfect touchpoint for how the upcoming project may sound; patient, forward thinking, and completely unique.


Charli XCX Releases Exhilarating Music Video for Single '2099' Feat. Troye Sivan!


"2099", the duos first collaboration since their No.1 hit single ‘1999’, is the latest single taken from XCX’s album 'Charli'

September 17th, 2019 - Iconic pop pioneer Charli XCX has reunited with global pop sensation Troye Sivan on latest track 2099, and its exhilarating music video. 2099 is the duos first collaboration since their hit single 1999, and the latest single taken from XCX’s new album Charli - released Friday 13th September. The Bradley & Pablo directed music video sees the British pop trailblazer and her recurring heart-throb collaborator Troye Sivan effortlessly driving into future times together on jet skis. In contrast to 1999’s nostalgic gaze at the past, the 2099 video is a cinematic embodiment of the track’s futuristic sound. “This is the best video ever. I’m so happy I made it. Troye and I are so talented. Thank you to Bradley and Pablo for directing and also to Troye, who trained so hard for the shoot. Enjoy.” - Charli XCX

The release of "2099" follows Charli XCX’s announcement of her tour Charli LIVE which opens September 20th, 2019 for an impressive 43 dates across both sides of the Atlantic, including a sold-out show at London’s O2 Brixton Academy for a momentous October 31st Halloween show.


New album "Charli" - September 13th, 2019

Iconic pop pioneer Charli XCX releases her new album ‘Charli’ on September 13th 2019 and her transatlantic tour 2019 ‘Charli LIVE ’for Autumn. To celebrate the news, the vanguard of popular music releases the video for her now idolised track, 'Blame It On Your Love' Feat. Lizzo

Directed by Bradley & Pablo and filmed in New York, the video for ‘Blame It On Your Love’ Feat. Lizzo embraces the imperfection and otherworldly, an undeniable tribute to a love with no boundaries. The video provides a liberating visual to complement the progressive hooks and disruptive vocals which the track is now known for

The art of collaboration is at the heart of the album, a verified saviour of pop, Charli seamlessly binds musical genres from the vast pop spectrum. With Executive Production by A. G. Cook and Charli XCX, collaborators include Lizzo, Christine & The Queens, Haim, Troye Sivan, Brooke Candy, CupcakKe, Big Freedia, Sky Ferreira, Clairo and Yaeji. Charli teamed with AR makeup artist Ines Alpha to design her artworks with a goal of dismantling classic beauty ideals, a pairing which resulted in her striking album cover.


Charli XCX new album ‘Charli’ to release on September 13th, 2019

Multi-Award-Winning Charli has accrued two Billboard Music Awards, a YouTube Music Award, two Sesac ‘Songwriter of the Year’ Awards, plus nominations at the Grammys, BRIT Awards and MTV EMA’s. As trailblazer behind the multi-platinum and global No.1’s “Fancy”, “I Love It” and the hit “Boom Clap”, Charli has also released the critically-acclaimed mixtapes ‘Number 1 Angel’ and ‘Pop 2’, and released her prolific summer crush anthem “Boys” and “1999 featuring Troye Sivan”. This year Charli attended the Met Gala as a special guest of Vogue, and performed for the amFAR Gala at the Cannes Film Festival.
Charli will perform at summer festival stages including Pukklepop and Reading & Leeds amongst many others throughout August. ‘Charli LIVE’ will open on September 20th, 2019 for an impressive 21 dates in the USA prior to kicking off 19 dates throughout Europe including a show at London’s O2 Brixton Academy for a momentous October 31st Halloween show


Charli XCX, the vanguard of popular music, teams up with pop rock band HAIM to release new track Warm, the latest single taken from XCX’s upcoming album "Charli!


"Warm" is produced by A. G. Cook and was written by Charli and HAIM in Charli’s Los Angeles studio. A track about a relationship of unrequited love.

‘It’s a really beautiful song and the idea actually came about because A.G. sent me this demo of him singing just a melody, no lyrics, but it was so beautiful and I sat with it for ages and just played it over and over again. I really like it when A.G. sings, it’s always really inspiring to me so I wrote these lyrics, it’s about unrequited love or more just like when you are in it with someone and they are a player and you aren’t in that zone and you just can’t get on the same page. Danielle, Este and Alana came over to our studio house and they wrote their part, we were in LA when we did that and I’m just very happy we got to collaborate’ - Charli


Pop hat sich in den letzten Jahren drastisch verändert. So drastisch, wie noch nie zuvor in der Geschichte der populären Musik. Wo der so genannte Mainstream früher noch den Underground komplett in sich aufgesogen, seine rauen Ecken und Kanten poliert und alles weichgespült hat, da scheinen diese beiden ehemals miteinander konkurrierenden Bewegungen heute zu einer
friedlichen Koexistenz gefunden zu haben, in der man sich sogar gegenseitig inspiriert und immer neue Hybridströmungen hervorbringt. An der Spitze dieser Welle neuer, spannender Künstler: Charli XCX, der momentan wohl aufregendste Popstar zwischen Massentauglichkeit und Subkultur. Mit ihrem brandneuen Album „Sucker“ untermauert Charli XCX nun ihren Ausnahmestatus als einer der mitreißendsten Acts dieser ganz neuen Pop-Generation: Schon heute wird „Sucker“ vom renommierten Rolling Stone in den Top 10 der 50 besten Alben des kommenden Jahres gehandelt. Und auch das Video zur aktuellen Single „Breaking Up“ konnte in den ersten 48 Stunden nach Veröffentlichung bereits weit mehr als 300.000 Views verzeichnen. Mit „Sucker“ macht sich Charli XCX nun daran, die Popwelt nach ihren ganz eigenen Vorstellungen völlig neu zu kreieren!

Schon Anfang 2013 hat Charli XCX mit ihrem Albumdebüt „True Romance“ ein dunkel-stürmisches, Synthie-getriebenes und von Fans wie Medien hart abgefeiertes Meisterwerk abgeliefert. Doch nicht nur das: Mit dem von ihr komponierten globalen Mega-Sommerhit „I Love It“ verhalf sie dem schwedischen Duo Icona Pop zum internationalen Durchbruch und schoss mit dem Iggy Azalea-Duett „Fancy“ aus dem Stand auf Platz 1 der US-Charts mit mehr als 5 Millionen weltweit verkaufter Einheiten. Tendenz: Immer noch steigend. Doch schon als „True Romance“ veröffentlicht wurde, begann die 22-jährige Britin an dem zu arbeiten, was heute in Form ihres zweiten Albums „Sucker “ das Licht der Welt erblickt: Eine 14 Tracks umfassende Songsammlung, die sich von ihrer vorab ausgekoppelten Smashsingle „Boom Clap“ (ihrem aller ersten Top 10-Entry in den UK, der mit ebenso großer Wucht in die Top 10 der US-Single-Charts einschlug) und dem rotzig-frechen Poppunk-Stück „Break The Rules“, über das aufgekratzt-augenzwinkernde „London Queen“ bis zum experimentierfreudigen HipHop-Pop von „Gold Coins“ spannt. „Um die Zeit, als`True Romance` in die Läden kam, habe ich mich endgültig bereit gefühlt“, so Charli über ihre kreative Rastlosigkeit. „Ich weiß genau, wer ich heute bin und wollte es noch mal machen – nur besser. Ich denke, das hier ist die beste Musik, die ich je gemacht habe.“

Und obwohl sie sich schon seit Anfang ihrer Karriere wie ein echte Popstar benahm, Songs wie ein echter Popstar schrieb und all das aus allen Poren verströmte, was einen echten Popstart ausmacht, benötigte die anfänglich noch fremdelnde Öffentlichkeit ein wenig Zeit, um mit dem beginnenden Popphänomen Charli XCX so richtig warm zu werden. Mit ihrer krawallig-ohrwurmigen Party-Hymne „I Love It“ änderte sich dies; so wie ihre Sichtweise auf den Fokus dessen, was wirklich schließlich zählte. „Ich habe versucht, aus mir etwas rauszuquetschen, was einfach noch nicht raus wollte“, erklärt sie rückblickend. „Dann habe ich mich wieder auf mich besonnen.“ Mit dem enormen Druck im Rücken, den immensen Erfolg von „I Love It“ wiederholen zu müssen, verschanzte sie sich im April 2014 zusammen mit einer Hand voll Freunde/ Songwriter/ Producer in einem verlassenen Hotel im schwedischen Strangnas. Gemeinsam mit u.a. Patrik Berger (Lana Del Rey, Robyn, Loreen), Vampire Weekend-Member Rostam Batmanglij, Pontus Winnberg (Britney Spears, Madonna, Katy Perry) und Andrew Wyatt (Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars, Carl Barat) machte man sich daran, Charlis Sound ein wenig zu pimpen und die mitgebrachten Demos auszuarbeiten.
Bereits im Vorjahr begann Charli, zusammen mit Patrik Berger in seinem Stockholmer Studio an ihrem Durchbruchshit „Boom Clap“ zu feilen. „Es kam mir so vor, als wenn mich die Leute nach diesem Hit mit einem Mal ganz anders wahrnahmen – ein schönes Gefühl, weil es bis dorthin wirklich lange gedauert hat. Es ist lustig, aber als das alles dann tatsächlich geschah, habe ich es gar nicht so sehr wahrgenommen. Ich war eigentlich ziemlich entspannt und habe mich eher auf das neue Album konzentriert und darauf, mit etwas härteren Sounds zu hantieren. Ich wollte, dass das neue Material sehr Gitarren-orientiert wird und ich wollte es vor allem schnell aufnehmen. Ich habe bisher keinen einzigen Song geschrieben, um cool zu wirken oder was auch immer. Ich habe alles so geschrieben, wie es aus meinem Kopf kam. Ich würde es Raw Pop nennen. Das trifft auch ziemlich gut, was ich auf der Bühne verkörpere. Ich bin alles andere als glatt gebügelt. Weichgespülte Musik langweilt mich.“
Befreit vom Druck, einen bestimmten Sound wiederholen zu müssen, kanalisierte Charli ihre unterschwellige Frustration zu „Sucker“ - wie sie schon auf dem sofort nach vorne gehenden Titeltrack mit aller Schlagkraft demonstriert. „Schon vom ersten Song an knallt einem diese Platte so richtig ins Gesicht! Auf dem Album ist deutlich eine gewisse Aggression spürbar. Aber ebenso auch ein gewisser ironischer Unterton.“ Eine feine Gratwanderung zwischen Selbstironie und Wut, die sich ganz besonders in Stücken wie„London Queen“, „Break The Rules“ oder der selbst erfüllenden Pop-Prophezeiung „Famous“ widerspiegelt. „Gerade `Famous` ist ein gutes Beispiel für diese Mischung. Ich habe das Stück an nur einem halben Tag mit Greg Kurstin geschrieben. Es handelt absolut nicht davon, berühmt zu sein; ich würde mich selbst definitiv nicht als Berühmtheit bezeichnen. Vielmehr geht es in dem Song darum, auf eine Party zu gehen und sich wie ein absolutes Arschloch zu benehmen“, verrät Charli lachend. „Für mich sind meine Stücke eher wie Karikaturen von Songs. In dieser Platte steckt so vielvon mir als Person. Ich hatte eine Menge mitzuteilen, weil ich hinter den Kulissen der Musikindustrie so viel erlebt habe und nicht mehr nur über Liebe schreiben wollte. Ich wollte über Dinge schreiben, die ich vorher nicht ausdrücken konnte. Ich habe zu dieser Zeit sehr viel für andere Künstler geschrieben, dass die Ideen nur so aus mir raus sprudelten.“

Und tatsächlich waren es Kompositionen für andere Acts – inklusive einer weiteren Hitsingle für Iggy Azalea („Beg For It“) sowie diversen möglichen Singleauskopplungen auf den kommenden Platten so manch bekannter Popgröße – die auf „Sucker“ zur Zusammenarbeit mit Künstlern und Producern wie Steve Mac, Cashmere Cat, Stargate, Benny Blanco und Weezer-Mitglied Rivers Cuomo führten. Wobei Charli zu jeder Zeit als Executive Producer die kreativen Fäden in der Hand behielt und sich ihren einzigartigen Sound von einer derartig hochkarätigen Ansammlung von Mischpult-Allstars nicht etwa hat verwässern lassen. Im Gegenteil. „Ich habe wirklich ganz bewusst versucht, Leute mit Leuten zusammen zu bringen, die keine traditionellen Pop-Produzenten sind. So wie zum Beispiel Rivers oder Justin Raisen oder Rostam – ich denke, das ist ziemlich gut gelungen und genau deshalb klingt die ganze Platte so absolut anders, als man es vielleicht erwarten würde. Man hört einzig und alleine meinen Einfluss auf dem Album, und nicht den meiner Helfer. In meinen Ohren klingt keiner der Songs so, wie man sie sich bei dieser Producer-Liste vorstellen würde. `Break The Rules` zum Beispiel: Der Track klingt nicht im Geringsten nach Steve Mac oder Stargate, weil ich alles selbst miteinander verknüpft habe. Man hört nur meine Stimme, meinen künstlerischen Einfluss.“
Beeinflusst vom typischen „Gang Sound“ des französischen Ye-Ye Pop, stellt „Sucker“ mit seinem catchy lärmigen Ramones- und The Hives-Rockpop-Singalongs viel mehr als nur eine Fortsetzung des Albumvorgängers „True Romance“ dar. „Sucker“ ist der erhobene Mittelfinger in Richtung früherer Kritiker, „die mich immer runtergemacht und mir die Existenzberechtigung als eigenständige Künstlerin abgesprochen haben“, so Charli. Mit schlafwandlerischer Sicherheit bewegt sich Mrs. XCX vom charmant großmäuligen Luxus-Swagger auf dem HipHop-beeinflußten „Gold Coins“ („ich wollte einfach mal einen echt aufgeblasenen Song machen“), über die elegant-mondäne Rivers Cuomo-Kollaboration „Hanging Around“ bis zum zerbrechlichen „Need Your Love“, das in Zusammenarbeit mit Rostam Batmanglij nach einer sprichwörtlich spannungsgeladenen Aufnahmesession entstand.

„Er ist so frustrierend! Er zählt zu meinen liebsten Menschen, aber im Studio bringen wir uns jedes Mal an den Rand des Wahnsinns! Rostam nimmt sich gerne Zeit, um alles 100%ig zu machen. Das zwang mich, anders als sonst ans Songwriting zu gehen, aber mit ihm war das leider nicht möglich.“ Und dann gibt es auf dem Album noch die glitzernde Pop-Überdosis „Die Tonight“, die ursprünglich über ein ganz gewöhnliches Party-Szenario geschrieben wurde und die eine ganz Charli-typische, düstere Wendung verpasst bekommt. „Am meisten liebe ich an dem Song die Stelle, an der der Streicher-Synthie einsetzt und mich aus irgendeinem Grund an den Film `Trainspotting` erinnert. An den Part, in dem er stirbt und in seinen Sarg sinkt. Mir kam dieser völlig neue Gedanke, in dem es in dem Song statt um eine `normale` jugendfreie Feier um eine komplett abgefuckte und extrem gefährliche Party geht. In meinen Ohren klingt der Track heute sehr trippy.“

Die letzte Beschreibung von „Sucker“ sollte jedoch an dieser Stelle der Macherin selbst überlassen bleiben, die ihre Musik gerne in Farben beschreibt. Während sich das Debüt „True Romance“ nochin „violettem Lo-Fi-Luxus-Sound“ darstellte und ihre 2013er Non-Album-Single „SuperLove “ als „roter Chanel-Blazer mit roten Lippenstift-Flecken drauf“ schimmerte, da repräsentiert „Sucker“ heute einen Energie geladenen Farbrausch. „Wie ein roter Blitz auf pinkem Hintergrund!“ Gute Unterhaltung also bei Charli XCX` brandneuem Popgewitter! möchte sich bedanken bei:
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