It’s a difficult time for us all as we stay inside and the only thing keeping us sane is music. Music breaks the monotony in our lives. In times as weird as this, artists have stepped up and released studio albums from their homes. One of the first albums that dropped during this time was ‘Future Nostalgia’ by Dua Lipa and she was conflicted as well during its release. The conflict was over when she realized that music can help many of us be at ease.
About Charli XCX
Charli XCX is one of the biggest names on the Pop Street. She found her start on MySpace, posting songs until eventually she was discovered. The promotor who discovered her invited her to perform in raves at warehouses and other parties. She later signed on with Asylum Records and produced a few singles in 2011 and 2012. She claimed to have felt lost and changed the direction of her music in a few years co-writing some chart-toppers along the way. She has now created her unique brand of pop music now and has become a talented artist to look out for.
‘How I’m Feeling Now’ Album
The newest Charli XCX album dropped a few days ago on 15th May 2020. This is her fourth studio album and she recorded this album in isolation. The record was created during her quarantine period and was a collaborative effort with her fans. The album falls in the Electro-Pop genre and has quite a short duration playing just over 37 minutes.
‘How I’m Feeling Now’ Album Review
Charli had dropped one of the tracks ‘claws’ last month and it is an absolute banger. Charli’s voice has a weird and futuristic digital tone to it. It totally complements the electro-pop beats and even though the lyrics are relatively simple and straight forward, they do complete the harmony. The whole album has a jumpy vibe and it does give you an
The production on this track is incredible and the music is quite poppy. The electro-beats sound phenomenal and they are very much catchy. Fans on twitter have been absolutely raving with this new release. This definitely is a worthy successor to her 2019 album ‘Charli’ and shows us a more creative side of the artist. It leaves us wanting more and more.
I am very sure that you’ll find yourself listening to this album on repeat for a while like I have been doing myself. Some of my favourite tracks on this album: claws, detonate, enemy