- 04 Mar 21
The trio of Dirty Hit label artists have been teasing a possible collaboration for months.
Vocals were recorded in Sydney last year, after The 1975's Matty Healy and George Daniel worked with Charli XCX while embarking on the 2020 Laneway Festival tour of New Zealand.
The upbeat pop track comes after Charli announced on February 28 that she was “forming a supergroup” with Dirty Hit acts, saying that she was “very excited” about the joint project.
Charli posted a 17-second black-and-white clip last night to social media platforms, showing herself dancing at home to the new track.
In a follow-up tweet, Charli hailed No Rome and The 1975 as “so talented”, adding: “It’s honestly so cool to have this song with them, I feel like we all speak the same musical language in somewat, and that language is stunning/exquisite/tasteful and chic.”
i think rome and the 1975 guys are so talented, it’s honestly so cool to have this song with them, i feel like we all speak the same musical language in someway, and that language is stunning/exquisite/tasteful and chic 🌪💕
— Charli (@charli_xcx) March 3, 2021
No Rome (full name Guendoline Rome Viray Gomez) said that material would be “coming out sooner than you think”. His debut album is due out later this year.
“Me, (the creator of music) Charli XCX & The 1975 have a song together. Got the masters done and waiting on video edit cuts,” he wrote on Twitter in February.
Charli replied to No Rome’s tweet at the time, tagging The 1975 with the caption: “Sounding good boys”.
Speculation that The 1975 and Charli XCX would link up on a track dates back to 2019, when Healy tweeted that he had sent a beat to Charli.
Listen to 'Spinning' below: