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Watch Charli XCX’s star-studded ‘360’ video with Julia Fox, Chloë Sevigny and many more

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Charli XCX has shared a brand new single called ‘360’ – you can watch the star-studded official video below.

The song serves as the fourth preview of the singer-songwriter’s sixth studio album ‘Brat’, which is due for release on June 7 (pre-order/pre-save here). It follows on from ‘Von Dutch’, ‘Club Classics’ and ‘B2B’.

Directed by Aidan Zamiri, the ‘360’ visuals boast an all-star cast of Charli’s friends and collaborators. The clip begins with the pop artist meeting a group of pals at a restaurant, where they attempt to “fulfil the prophecy of finding a new hot internet girl”.

“Or else our kind will cease to exist,” warns actor and model Chloe Cherry. “Forever.”

“OK, fine,” Charli agrees, before pointing out Julia Fox. Later, she singles out a waitress portrayed by Greer Cohen. When the latter asks what the women need her to do, Fox responds: “See, you actually need to have this like je ne sais quoi.”

Gabbriette adds: “And I would say it’s about being really hot, in like a scary way. Model, photographer and writer Richie Shazam says: “You have to be, like, known, but at the same time unknowable.”

At the end of the scene, Charli states: “OK, cool. Sorted. I think we’re done, yeah? I’m gonna do my song now.” The singer then performs ‘360’ alongside her squad in various locations such as a hospital hallway, a gym and an office.

The video also stars Chloë Sevigny, Alex Consani, Rachel Sennott, Emma Chamberlain, A. G. Cook, Hari Nef, Isamaya Ffrench, Matisse Andrews, Quenlin Blackwell, Sakura Bready, Anna Collins, Blizzy McGuire, Tess McMillan, Salem Mitchell, Peri Rosenzweig and Niki Takesh. Tune in above.

Meanwhile, Charli has announced a 2024 UK arena tour with Shygirl – you can find any remaining tickets here. Additionally, she’ll make appearances at Radio 1’s Big Weekend, Primavera Sound and Glastonbury Festival.

A run of North American headline shows with Troye Sivan is scheduled for this autumn – find any remaining tickets here.

Speaking to NME in March about what to expect from ‘Brat’, Charli explained: “It’s kind of bitchy and gossipy and hardcore and very club feeling. It’s definitely one for the girls who like to party and sweat and rave.

“I feel good about the music. Every artist says this about their new record but I really do feel like this is my best music [yet]. I’m super excited.” Watch the full video interview above.

In other news, Charli XCX has revealed that she wrote some new music for Britney Spears – but said it was never recorded.

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