Charli XCX announces new album featuring Yaeji, Tommy Cash and Christine and the Queens

After teasing the release today (13 June), the former Crack Magazine cover star has announced her new album Charli.

Charli is set to be her first full-length in nearly six years, following on from 2014’s Sucker. The new LP is slated for release on 13 September. In line with her previous releases, it’s a guest-heavy LP that features Christine and the Queens on the second track Gone, followed by the Sky Ferreira-featuring song Cross You Out. Kim Petras and Tommy Cash both appear on the the track Click, and Shake It is set to be a guest-heavy cut featuring Big Freedia, CupcakKe, Brooke Candy and Pabllo Vittar.

Furthermore, Clairo and Yaeji team up for February 2017, and Haim appear as guests on the track Warm. 

On her upcoming release, the artist wrote, “This album is my most personal, which is why I decided to call it by my name. I’ve put as many of my emotions, my thoughts, my feelings and my experiences with relationships into these 15 songs and I am so proud of them.”

Her announcement also includes a special mention for collaborator A. G. Cook. “You helped me discover my voice as an artist and a person and I am so happy I get to constantly make music with you,” she said. “I think this is our best yet.”

Release dates have been announced too, with shows confirmed for Reading, Leeds, Ireland and more. Check out the album’s tracklist below, along with a selection of tour dates.

1. Next Level Charli
2. Gone feat. Christine and the Queens
3. Cross You Out feat. Sky Ferreira
4. 1999 feat. Troye Sivan
5. Click feat. Kim Petras and Tommy Cash
6. Warm feat. HAIM
7. Thoughts
8. Blame It on Your Love feat. Lizzo
9. 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
17 August – Frequency Festival, Austria
18 August – Pukklepop, Belgium
21 August – Zurich Open Air festival, Switzerland
23 August – Reading Festival, UK
24 August – Leeds Festival, UK
31 August – Electric Picnic, Ireland