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Charli XCX shares new songs ‘Club classics’ and ‘B2b’, confirms ‘Brat’ release date

The highly-anticipated new album will land in early June, with Charli also announcing a new UK arena tour with Shygirl.

By Will Richards

Charli XCX
Charli XCX (Picture: Harley Weir)

Charli XCX has shared two new songs and confirmed the release date for her new album, as well as announcing a UK arena tour with Shygirl.

Earlier this year, the singer confirmed that she would be releasing new album Brat this summer, and the record has now been given a June 7 release date.

New tracks ‘Club classics’ and ‘B2b’ have also been shared, following first single ‘Von Dutch’, which arrived alongside the announcement of the album back in February. ‘Von Dutch’ also recently got a remix featuring Addison Rae and A. G. Cook.

Telling fans about her new album, Charli said: “Was struggling to find the words for this earlier. Every record I make is my ‘favourite record’ once i finish it, but I think this one might be my all time favourite forever.”

See the tracklist for Brat and listen to the new singles below.

1. ‘360’
2. ‘Club classics’
3. ‘Sympathy is a knife’
4. ‘I might say something stupid’
5. ‘Talk talk’
6. ‘Von dutch’
7. ‘Everything is romantic’
8. ‘Rewind’
9. ‘So I’
10. ‘Girl, so confusing’
11. ‘Apple’
12. ‘B2b’
13. ‘Mean girls’
14. ‘I think about it all the time’
15. ‘365’

Around the release of the new album, Charli will play three live shows across the United States, as well as DJ nights billed as PARTYGIRL in London, São Paulo and Mexico City.

A UK arena tour with Shygirl will then follow later in the year, with tickets on sale here from 9am BST on Friday, April 12.

See the new and existing dates below.

JUNE 2024
1 – Barcelona, Primavera Sound
7 – London, HERE at Outernet (PARTYGIRL)
11 – New York, Knockdown Centre (live)
12 – Chicago, Radius (live)
15 – Los Angeles, Shrine Expo Hall (live)
19 – Mexico City, LooLoo Studio (PARTYGIRL)
22 – São Paulo, Zig Club (PARTYGIRL)

27 – Manchester, Co-op Live
28 – London, The O2
29 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena 

2 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro