Charli XCX has always seemed ahead of the curve, but now she's out for blood. Out Out, a link-up with Joel Corry, Jax Jones and Saweetie, is an Alors on Danse sampling banger that returned Charli to the Top 10 of the Official Singles Chart for the first time in half a decade and shows no sign of slowing down yet.
And then there's Good Ones, the first official single from her upcoming fifth album. It's short and snappy, clocking in at just over two minutes, lead by 80s synths that sound inspired by Eurythmics' classic Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of These) and dark pop artist Natalia Kills' 2010 debut single Mirrors.
Good Ones' provocative video sees Charli bury a lover, dance on her own grave and hold a burning bible to boot, and she's pepperedRead more on officialcharts.com