19 Jul

Charli XCX and Christine and the Queens Are A Match Made In Heaven On ‘Gone’

We’ve been waiting for almost five years for Charli XCX’s third studio album ‘Charli’. In the meantime, the British pop star released two extremely celebrated mixtapes that saw her experimenting with her sound. This week she released one of the lead singles from her highly anticipated album. So, let’s just take a moment and fully appreciate the fact that Charli XCX and Christine and the Queens made a song together.

The list of exciting collaborators on Charli’s third album is long. Lizzo, Troye Sivan, Clairo and HAIM are all part of the fifteen-songs counting project, but one of the coolest collaborations must be her new single “Gone” which features the utterly talented Christine and the Queens. After the song was presented during Charli’s show at Primavera Sound back in May, the song finally saw its official release.


If you’re looking for the definition of cool, just listen to “Gone”. The powerful, bass-boosted sound is a perfect fit for both artists. They complement each other so well that we wouldn’t mind if both acts would start a whole project together. “Gone” is exactly what we imagined when we heard that Charli and Christine would release a song together. But it’s the little plot twists that are keeping us on our toes for the whole four minutes. With a little avant-garde vibe, we just cannot not describe the song as ahead of time. What a song!

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