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Check out the first track from Charli XCX's self-isolation album 'how i'm feeling now'

It's called 'Forever', and is streaming online now.
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Published: 7:50 pm, April 09, 2020
Check out the first track from Charli XCX's self-isolation album 'how i'm feeling now'

Charli XCX has dropped the first track from her forthcoming self-isolation album 'how i'm feeling now'.

Titled 'Forever', it was written this week and co-executive produced by Charli XCX, A. G. Cook and BJ Burton. Created within the last two days, with Charli teaming up with Cook and Burton via the internet while all three are in self-isolation, it's a process which will be used for the full album.

It has three individual artworks by Seth Bogart, Caroline Polachek and Regards Coupables, all based on a photograph taken at home.

“I’m such a fangirl of all three artists," Charli explains," and to collaborate on artwork like this is a new experience for me. I like the idea that the visual language for this project can be interpreted by however someone feels towards the music. The music and the emotions that are generated guide the creative output and anything is possible.”

Check out the first track from Charli XCX's self-isolation album 'how i'm feeling now'
Check out the first track from Charli XCX's self-isolation album 'how i'm feeling now'
Check out the first track from Charli XCX's self-isolation album 'how i'm feeling now'

'how i'm feeling now' is set to arrive on 15th May 2020. You can check out 'Forever' below.

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