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Charli XCX and Sky Ferreira have teamed up for new hit, ‘Cross You Out’

Charli's new album is less than a month away.
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Published: 11:37 am, August 16, 2019
Charli XCX and Sky Ferreira have teamed up for new hit, ‘Cross You Out’

Charli XCX and Sky Ferreira have teamed up for new hit, ‘Cross You Out’.

Billed as exploring “the personal transformation that occurs following the end of a turbulent relationship, and the complicated liberation within that,” it’s a track from Charli’s album ‘Charli’, due for release on 13th September.

The upcoming record also features guest spots from Christine and the Queens (’Gone’) and Troye Sivan (‘1999’), both out now, as well as HAIM (‘Warm’), Kim Petras (‘Click’), Clairo (‘February 2017’) and more.

Check out ‘Cross You Out’ below.

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