Charli XCX played an unreleased song, ‘Everything is romantic’, during her show at Primavera Sound last night (June 1) in Barcelona, Spain – check it out below.

The track features shades of Brazilian funk and contains lyrics such as “Bad tattoos on leather tanned skin/Jesus Christ on a plastic sign/Fall in love again and again/Winding roads doing manual drive.”

‘Everything is romantic’ is set to appear on Charli’s forthcoming album ‘Brat’, which will arrive on June 7 (pre-order/pre-save here). It also features the singles ‘Von Dutch’‘Club Classics’, ‘B2B’ and ‘360’.

Check out Charli’s performance of ‘Everything is romantic’ below:


Prior to her night-time set, Charli announced a “surprise party girl” DJ set with A.G. Cook and The 1975‘s George Daniel, which took place that afternoon at 1pm. Charli shared a TikTok of herself in the DJ booth singing along to her ‘Von Dutch’ remix with Addison Rae.


Earlier this week, Yung Lean and Robyn teamed up for a summery remix of ‘360’. Charli and Lean are longtime friends, and she had recently pointed to him in a TikTok interview as an example of someone whose artistry she strongly believed in.

Meanwhile, Charli hinted that she had worked with Robyn almost a year ago, when she confirmed on X/Twitter that they had been “making songs in the studio”.

Earlier this month, Charli shared the ‘360’ music video, which boasts an all-star cast of Charli’s friends and collaborators. The clip begins with the pop artist meeting a group of pals at a restaurant, where they attempt to “fulfil the prophecy of finding a new hot internet girl”.

The video also stars Chloë Sevigny, Gabbriette Bechtel, Alex Consani, Rachel Sennott, Emma Chamberlain, A. G. Cook, Hari Nef, Isamaya Ffrench, Matisse Andrews, Quenlin Blackwell, Sakura Bready, Anna Collins, Blizzy McGuire, Tess McMillan, Salem Mitchell, Peri Rosenzweig and Niki Takesh. Tune in above.


Meanwhile, Charli has announced a 2024 UK arena tour with Shygirl – you can find any remaining tickets here.

A run of North American headline shows with Troye Sivan is scheduled for this autumn –find any remaining tickets here.

Speaking to NME in March about what to expect from ‘Brat’, Charli explained: “It’s kind of bitchy and gossipy and hardcore and very club feeling. It’s definitely one for the girls who like to party and sweat and rave.

“I feel good about the music. Every artist says this about their new record but I really do feel like this is my best music [yet]. I’m super excited.” Watch the full video interview above.”