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Charli's New Album Is Released in September and Overflowing with Guest Spots

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We did it, kids. Charli XCX unleashed a flood of new information regarding Charli, her third official album and just what we fans deserve. The self-titled collection is due for release Sept. 13 and brimming with features, as Chuck is wont to do—her excellent mixtapes are also a who’s who of forward-thinking pop artists. Charli continues that teamwork spirit, per a press release:

The art of collaboration is at the heart of the album, a verified savior of pop, Charli seamlessly binds musical genres from the vast pop spectrum. Collaborators include Lizzo, Christine and the Queens, HAIM, Troye Sivan, Brooke Candy, CupcakKe, Big Freedia, Sky Ferreira, Kim Petras,Clairo, Yaeji and Pabblo Vittar… Charli teamed with AR makeup artist Ines Alpha to design her artwork with a goal of dismantling classic beauty ideals, a pairing which resulted in her striking album cover.

Charli’s most recent singles include “1999” featuring Troye Sivan and “Blame It on Your Love” featuring Lizzo, both of which are included in the set. Preorder Charli here.

Charli will also tour extensively starting in July. Check out the album art, tracklist, the bonkers new video for “Blame It on Your Love” and tour dates below:

Charli tracklist:

01. Next Level Charli
02. Gone feat. Christine and the Queens
03. Cross You Out feat. Sky Ferreira
04. 1999 feat. Troye Sivan
05. Click feat. Kim Petras and Tommy Cash
06. Warm feat. HAIM 
07. Thoughts
08. Blame It On Your Love feat. Lizzo 
09. White Mercedes
10. Silver Cross
11. I Don’t Wanna Know
12. Official
13. Shake It feat. Big Freedia, CupcakKe, Brooke Candy and Pabllo Vittar
14. February 2017 feat. Clairo and Yaeji
15. 2099 feat. Troye Sivan

Tour Dates:

July

21 – Chicago, Ill. @ Pitchfork Music Festival 

August

17 — Frequency Festival, Austria
18 — Pukklepop, Belgium 
21 — Zurich Open Air festival, Switzerland
23 — Reading Festival, UK
24 — Leeds Festival, UK
31 — Electric Picnic, Ireland

September

20 — Atlanta, Ga. @ Buckhead Theatre +
21 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Marathon Music Works +
23 — Houston, Texas @ White Oak Music Hall +
24 — Austin, Texas @ Emo’s +
25 — Dallas, Texas @ House of Blues +
27 — Phoenix, Ariz. @ The Marquee #
28 — San Diego, Calif. @ House of Blues #

October

01 — Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Wiltern # *
02 — Oakland, Calif. @ Fox Theatre #
04 — Seattle, Wash. @ Showbox Market #
05 — Vancouver, B.C. @ Commodore #
06 — Portland, Ore. @ Roseland Ballroom #
08 — Salt Lake City, Utah @ Union *
09 — Denver, Colo. @ Ogden Theatre *
11 — Minneapolis, Minn. @ First Avenue *
14 — Toronto, Ont. @ Rebel
15 — Montreal, Qué @ Corona Theatre %
17 — Boston, Mass. – House of Blues %
18 — Washington, District of Columbia @ 9:30 Club
19 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ Union Transfer *
22 — New York, N.Y. @ Terminal 5 %
27 — Glasgow, U.K. @ SWG3 Galvanisers
28 — Birmingham, U.K. @ O2 Institute
30 — Manchester, U.K. @ Albert Hall
31 — London, U.K. @ O2 Brixton Academy

November

4 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Berns
05 — Oslo, Norway @ Sentrum Scene
07 — Copenhagen, Denmark @ Vega
09 — Berlin, Germany @ Astra Kulturhaus
10 — Hamburg, Germany @ Docks
12 — Warsaw, Poland @ Stodola
14 — Prague, Czech Republic @ Roxy
15 — Cologne, Germany @ Live Music Hall
17 — Lyon, France @ Transbordeur
18 — Milan, Italy @ Fabrique
20 — Madrid, Spain @ Sala La Riviera
22 — Barcelona, Spain @ Razzmatazz Room 2
24 — Luxembourg, Luxembourg @ Den Atelier
25 — Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso
26 — Brussels, Belgium @ AB Main Hall
28 — Moscow, Russia @ Izvestia Hall

(+ = w/ Tommy Genesis)
(# = w/ Brooke Candy
(* = w/ Dorian Electra
(% = w/ Allie X)

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