LISTEN: Charli XCX enlists Haim for new single ‘Warm’
Los Angeles-based rock trio Haim is one of several guest collaborators featured on Charli XCX’s upcoming album, “Charli.”
Ahead of her third studio album, the pop powerhouse unveiled the catchy “Warm,” which she first announced on Twitter.
— Charli (@charli_xcx) August 26, 2019FEATURED STORIESENTERTAINMENT
The A.G. Cook-produced single sees Charli XCX calling out an indecisive romantic interest who “can’t fall in love.”
Hear her latest single “Warm” below:
“You gotta tell me the reason (No, no)/ Why you won’t open up/ Now I’mma send you to heaven/ Tequila on your tongue/ You gotta tell me the reason/ Why we can’t fall in love,” she sings in an auto-tuned voice, echoed by Haim’s signature harmonies.
“Warm” marks the fifth single from “Charli,” following “1999” with Troye Sivan, the Lizzo-assisted “Blame It on Your Love,” “Gone” with Christine and the Queens and “Cross You” featuring Sky Ferreira.
The album, which follows Charli XCX’s “Pop 2,” released in 2017, will feature guest verses from Kim Petras, CupcaKKe, Brooke Candy, and Clairo.
Earlier this year, the singer explained on Twitter that the project is “kind of a continuation of pop 2.”
“i am working on new music and things are coming this year. i know i’m slow sometimes but i want things perfect. this new era will be all things Charli […]. no compromises, my best yet,” she added.
Next fall, Charli XCX will tour the U.S. in support of her third studio album, kicking off on September 20 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Tommy Genesis, Allie X, Brooke Candy and Dorian Electra will join her on stage as opening acts.
In addition to her upcoming “Charli,” Charli XCX has collaborated with BTS on “Dream Glow,” Diplo on “Spicy” and Pabllo Vittar on “Flash Pose.”
Most recently, she contributed to the soundtrack to “13 Reasons Why” with “Miss U.” NVG
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