Single Release: Charli XCX and Troye Sivan – 1999
Pop music pioneers Charli XCX and Troye Sivan have unveiled their new single 1999, marking the pop collaboration of the year! The release of 1999 follows a defining year for Charli, the future pop mastermind after a string of celebrated 2018 releases, and Sivan, who is fresh off the release of his sophomore album, Bloom, which was awarded four stars by Rolling Stone and has already racked up more than 700 million cumulative streams.
A bass-laced juggernaut beaming with nostalgia, 1999 binds Charli’s commercial intellect with her innovative instincts, feeling as infectious as it does rebellious. Heralded as one of the most exciting and forward-thinking ambassadors of pop at every turn, Charli penned 1999 with Sivan – who is also featured on vocals – and the single’s accompanying writers Noonie Bao, Brett McLaughlin, and Oscar Holter, who also produced the track.
The release of 1999 follows a whirlwind year for Charli XCX. Continuing her stint on Taylor Swift’s global ‘Reputation Tour’ in the US & UK and with forthcoming dates in Australia, the trailblazer released a flow of music over the recent months which, alongside her electrifying, critically-acclaimed sold out mixtape shows, were hotly received by her devoted fanbase and media alike, firmly confirming her status as one of the world’s most essential stars in pop’s rainbow spectrum.
CHARLI XCX AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES – SUPPORTING TAYLOR SWIFT
Friday 19th October – Optus Stadium, Perth
Friday 26th October – Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
Friday 2nd November – ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Tuesday 6th November – The Gabba, Brisbane
HEADLINE & CLUB SHOW DATES
Wednesday 23rd October – Metro Theatre, Sydney **SOLD OUT
Friday 26th October – Toff In Town, Melbourne **SOLD OUT
Friday 2nd November – The Oxford Underground, Darlinghurst **SOLD OUT
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