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Charli XCX and HAIM Team Up for New Song “Warm”

Charli Due Out September 13 via Atlantic

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Charli XCX is releasing a new album, simply titled Charli, on September 13 via Atlantic. Now she has shared another song from it, “Warm.” This one features HAIM. Considering how Auto-Tuned Charli’s vocals are, Danielle Haim’s voice really stands out on this track. Listen below, followed by Charli XCX’s upcoming tour dates.

In July Charli XCX shared Charli‘s “Gone,” via a video for the track. “Gone” is a collaboration with Christine and the Queens (aka Héloïse Letissier), who also featured in the video. “Gone” was one of our Songs of the Week. Earlier this month she shared the album’s “Cross You Out,” which features Sky Ferreira. Then Charli XCX shared a new song not featured on the album, “Miss U” (instead it’s on the soundtrack to season three of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why).

Charli features a slew of other special guests, including Lizzo, Troye Sivan, and mor. Charli is her third album and her first one in five years, since 2014’s Sucker. But in the meantime she has released various mixtapes and singles, including the 2017 hit “Boys,” which isn’t included on the album (although some other previous singles, such as “1999” and “Blame It On Your Love,” are on Charli).

In July HAIM shared a brand new song, “Summer Girl,” via a video directed by previous collaborator Paul Thomas Anderson (Boogie Nights, Magnolia, There Will Be Blood). It was one of our Songs of the Week.

Read our 2013 cover story article on Charli XCX.

Charli XCX Tour Dates:

08-31 Stradbally, Ireland - Electric Picnic
09-20 Atlanta, GA - Buckhead Theatre ^
09-21 Nashville, TN - Marathon Music Works ^
09-23 Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall ^
09-24 Austin, TX - Emo’s ^
09-25 Dallas, TX - House of Blues ^
09-27 Phoenix, AZ - The Marquee @
09-28 San Diego, CA - House of Blues @
10-01 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern @%
10-02 Oakland, CA - Fox Theatre @
10-04 Seattle, WA - Showbox Market @
10-05 Vancouver, British Columbia - Commodore @
10-06 Portland, OR - Roseland Ballroom @
10-08 Salt Lake City, UT - Union %
10-09 Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre %
10-11 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue %
10-14 Toronto, Ontario - Rebel
10-15 Montreal, Quebec - Corona Theatre $
10-17 Boston, MA - House of Blues $
10-18 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
10-19 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer %
10-22 New York, NY - Terminal 5 $
10-27 Glasgow, Scotland - SWG3 Galvanisers
10-28 Birmingham, England - O2 Institute
10-30 Manchester, England - Albert Hall
10-31 London, England - O2 Brixton Academy
11-04 Stockholm, Sweden - Berns
11-05 Oslo, Norway - Sentrum Scene
11-07 Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega
11-09 Berlin, Germany - Astra Kulturhaus
11-10 Hamburg, Germany - Docks
11-12 Warsaw, Poland - Stodola
11-14 Prague, Czech Republic - Roxy
11-15 Cologne, Germany - Live Music Hall
11-17 Lyon, France - Transbordeur
11-18 Milan, Italy - Fabrique
11-20 Madrid, Spain - Sala La Riviera
11-22 Barcelona, Spain - Razzmatazz Room 2
11-24 Luxembourg, Luxembourg - Den Atelier
11-25 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
11-26 Brussels, Belgium - AB Main Hall
11-28 Moscow, Russia - Izvestia Hall

^ with Tommy Genesis
@ with Brooke Candy
% Dorian Electra
$ with Allie X

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