‘New Shapes’ shouldn’t be solely a collaborative efficiency however it’s also a co-write with the artists featured on the music. Both Caroline Polachek (‘Bunny Is A Rider”https://www.contactmusic.com/”Hit Me Where It Hurts’) and Christine and the Queens (‘Tilted”https://www.contactmusic.com/”3SEX’) have writing credit on ‘New Shapes’. Along with the ‘I Love It’ hit-maker herself, ‘New Shapes’ can be credited to, amongst others, Swedish music author and producer Linus Wiklund (Avicii, David Guetta, Sam Smith, Rita Ora). You can positively hear the affect of Héloïse Letissier (Christine and the Queens) on Charli’s newest, 80’s leaning, launch and the polished pop that Wiklund is famend for is clearly evident.
Charli XCX’s newest observe follows on from her solo single ‘Good Ones’, launched in the beginning of September, and is the second music to be launched forward of her new album, ‘CRASH’.
‘CRASH’, Charli’s fifth solo studio album, set for launch on 18th March 2022, follows on from 2020’s ‘how i am feeling now’ and can come 9 years after her debut, ‘True Romance’.
‘CRASH’ may even arrive slightly below 5 months forward of Charlotte Emma Aitchison’s (aka Charli XCX) thirtieth birthday.