Tentatively titled ‘How I am Feeling Now’, this follow-up to the ‘Growth Clap’ hitmaker’s third studio launch is deliberate to be made accessible for listening on Could 15.
Pop star Charli XCX is giving followers the chance to characteristic on a model new album she’s creating totally in isolation.
The “Boom Clap” hitmaker has been discovering new methods to let her inventive juices move throughout her pressured downtime, and now she’s planning to channel that power right into a forthcoming new challenge, which she plans to launch on 15 Could.
“For me, staying positive goes hand-in-hand with being creative, and so that’s why I’ve decided that I’m going to use this isolation time to make a brand new album from scratch,” Charli defined in a video announcement on Monday, April 06.
“The nature of this album is gonna be very indicative of the times, just because I’m only gonna be able to use the tools that I have at my fingertips to create all music, all artwork, all videos, everything. In that sense, it’ll be very DIY (do it yourself).”
Calling for enter from her social media followers, she continued, “I’ll also be reaching out to people online to collaborate with. And I’m going to keep the entire process super open so that anybody who wants to watch can.”
“I’ll be posting demos, I’ll be posting a cappellas, text conversations with any collaborators. I’ll be filming myself in the studio, I’ll be doing Zoom (video) conferences to ask fans or anyone watching for opinions or ideas. I’m going to set up an email address so that fans or anyone can send me beats or references.”
Tentatively titled, “How I’m Feeling Now”, the album will function the follow-up to her third studio launch, 2019’s “Charli”.
The British singer has been holding followers entertained on-line through the coronavirus lockdown by staging each day Instagram Dwell occasions, that includes conversations and performances with fellow artists like Tove Lo, Christine and the Queens, Orville Peck and Zara Larsson, in addition to yoga periods with Ashnikko and even a life drawing class with Los Angeles-based multimedia artist Lucas David.