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Charli XCX’s “Child”: Stream the New Music

Charli XCX’s “Child”: Stream the New Music

Charli XCX's "Baby": Stream the New Song

Charli XCX is popping up the warmth with “Child,” a brand new monitor that she stated is “probably the most horny track I’ve ever made.” It seems on her upcoming album CRASH, which drops March 18th through Asylum Information/Warner Information UK.

“So ‘Child’ was truly one of many first songs that got here collectively for this album,” she stated in an interview with Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe. “I used to be engaged on it with Justin Raisen, and we’d accomplished lots collectively for my first ever album, True Romance. So it sort of felt cyclical to return and with him once more on what’s my remaining file in my cope with Atlantic.

“However clearly a lot has modified,” she added, “and this track, it was sort of the inspiration of the vibe of the album. It’s in all probability probably the most horny track I’ve ever made. It’s about intercourse and sexuality and having good intercourse and simply feeling your self primarily. I do know that that’s the tone. I knew that that was the tone I needed to hold throughout for your complete file. This sort of hyper-sexualized, female energy zone was the place I used to be feeling myself going, and ‘Child’ was the genesis of this.”

As for the music video, Charli stated, “I needed to problem myself on the choreo for this track, which was actually, actually powerful and I’ve a lot respect for dancers, skilled dancers, anybody who communicates emotion by dance. It’s so exhausting and difficult, however so rewarding.”

Take a look at “Child” under. Beforehand, Charli XCX shared the CRASH singles “Good Ones,”  “New Shapes” with Caroline Polachek and Christine and the Queens, and “Beg for You” with Rina Sawayama. Final week, she tapped SEVENTEEN’s VERNON for a “Good for You” remix. Pre-orders for the album are ongoing.

Later this month she embarks on her 2022 world tour. Tickets can be found right here.

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