August 16th – Iconic pop pioneer Charli XCX teams up with enigmatic pop artist Sky Ferreira to release new track Cross You Out, the latest single taken from XCX’s upcoming album Charli – out September 13th.

Cross You Out is a collaborative track exploring the personal transformation that occurs following the end of a turbulent relationship, and the complicated liberation within that. An emotive and vulnerable confessional materialised in an unflinching pop anthem, Cross You Out is the bold and hard-hitting track one would expect from an XCX Ferreira collaboration. 

The release of Cross You Out follows Charli XCX’s announcement of her new album Charli to release on September 13th and her transatlantic tour Charli LIVE for Autumn.

The art of collaboration is at the heart of the album, a verified saviour of pop, Charli seamlessly binds musical genres from the vast pop spectrum. With Executive Production by Charli XCX and A. G. Cook, collaborators include Lizzo, Christine and the Queens, Haim, Troye Sivan, Brooke Candy, CupcakKe, Big Freedia, Sky Ferreira, Clairo and Yaeji. Charli teamed with AR makeup artist Ines Alpha to design her artworks with a goal of dismantling classic beauty ideals, a pairing which resulted in her striking album cover.


Album Tracklisting:

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


Charli LIVE will open on September 20th for an impressive 43 dates across both sides of the Atlantic including a show at London’s O2 Brixton Academy for a momentous October 31st Halloween show.


European festival and ‘Charli LIVE’ dates include: 

August 17th: Frequency Festival, Austria

August 18th: Pukklepop, Belgium 

August 21st: Zurich Open Air festival, Switzerland

August 23rd: Reading Festival, UK

August 24th: Leeds Festival, UK

August 31st: Electric Picnic, Ireland 

October 27th: SWG3 Galvanisers, Glasgow UK

October 28th: O2 Institute, Birmingham UK

October 30th: Albert Hall, Manchester UK

October 31st: O2 Brixton Academy, London UK

November 4th: Berns, Stockholm Sweden

November 5th: Sentrum Scene, Oslo Norway

November 7th: Vega, Copenhagen Denmark

November 9th: Astra Kulturhaus, Berlin Germany

November 10th: Fabrik, Hamburg Germany

November 12th: Stodola, Warsaw Poland

November 14th: Roxy, Prague Czech Republic

November 15th: Carlswerk Victoria, Cologne Germany

November 17th: Le Transbordeur, Lyon France

November 18th: Fabrique, Milan Italy

November 20th: Sala La Riviera, Madrid Spain

November 22nd: Razzmatazz Room 2, Barcelona Spain

November 24th: Den Atelier, Luxembourg Luxembourg

November 25th: Paradiso, Amsterdam Netherlands

November 26th: AB Main Hall, Brussels Belgium

November 28th: Izvestia Hall, Moscow Russia