Charli XCX has unveiled the music video for CRASH’s album ‘Used to Know Me’. Check out the party-ready picture under.

In the clip, the pop provocateur transitions by a plethora of personalities as she nonstop serves up choreography flanked by two of her dancer friends. “You used to know me, now you don’t/ You used to hypnotize me, made it so easy,” coos Charli as she turns into dominatrix, cheerleader, ’80s-style aerobics teacher, membership child, and extra. “I’m finally free of your control / I don’t need a kiss goodbye / I’m alone tonight, oh.”

The singer can also’t resist snapping an image to her report label, flashing the digicam with the Atlantic Records emblem tucked beneath her cheering skirt as she sings about letting go of unspecified “control.” to free. (She’s made no secret that CRASH is the fifth and remaining album beneath her report cope with the most important label, which started with 2013’s True Romance.)

“Used to Know Me” serves because the penultimate observe on the usual model of CRASH, which additionally consists of the singles “Good Ones”, “New Shapes” feat. Caroline Polachek and Christine and the Queens, the Rina Sawayama collaboration “Beg For You,” and Baby.” Per week after the album’s launch, the avant-garde pop star upped the ante by releasing the deluxe version with 4 new bonus tracks.

Stream the music video for “Used to Know Me” after the leap.

Charli is at the moment within the midst of her North American headlining tour to advertise the album, with upcoming stops in Philadelphia, Boston, New York City and Toronto. Buy tickets right here.


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