British producer Sophie was confirmed to be involved in the album's production, along with other producers, Blood Pop and Stargate.
In February 2016, Charli XCX released an extended play titled Vroom Vroom in collaboration with Sophie as a teaser for her third studio album.
Charli XCX co-wrote and contributed vocals to the 2012 single "I Love It", which was recorded by Swedish pop duo Icona Pop and became a breakthrough hit for both acts in 2013 after her newfound relationship with Joey Tuzak.
Charli XCX's debut studio album, True Romance, was released in April 2013, following the single, "What I Like".
On 26 July 2017, Charli XCX released "Boys" as the official lead single from her upcoming album, along with a self-directed music video featuring an ensemble cast of male celebrities, including Joe Jonas and Brendon Urie from Panic!
at the Disco among others; it peaked at number 2 on the Top 25 You Tube list on 27 July, receiving almost two millions views in under 24 hours.
On 28 October 2016, "After the Afterparty" was released as the intended lead single for her upcoming album, but the song was later excluded from the final release.
the daughter of a Scottish father, Jon Aitchison, and a Gujarati Indian mother, Shameera, who is originally from Uganda.
Her father is an entrepreneur and former show-booker, while her mother is a former nurse and flight attendant.
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Her releases include four mixtapes (Heartbreaks and Earthquakes and Super Ultra in 2012, and Number 1 Angel and Pop 2 in 2017), two studio albums (True Romance in 2013 and Sucker in 2014), and two extended plays (including Vroom Vroom in 2016.) The songs "Boom Clap" and "Doing It" earned Aitchison her first two top-ten singles on the UK Singles Chart as a lead artist; the former reached the top-ten of several charts worldwide.