Charli XCX has shared her new song “Miss U” taken from the soundtrack to the new season of 13 Reasons Why. The third season of Netflix’s controversial teenage suicide drama is out today (August 23).
The new 13 Reasons Why soundtrack also features Frightened Rabbit (“Still Want to Be Here”), The Decemberists (“Severed”), Jeremih (“All That”), as well as Cautious Clay and 5 Seconds of Summer with their new songs.
The underground pop queen Charli XCX will release her long-awaited third album called Charli on September 13, and she has already shared four singles from her upcoming record: “1999”, “Blame It on Your Love”, “Gone” and “Cross You Out”.
All of Charli’s new songs are collaborations with other highly demanded pop artists, including Lizzo, Christine and the Queens, Troye Sivan and Sky Ferreira. But the list doesn’t end there. On her forthcoming album, the vocalist also teams up with: HAIM, Kim Petras, Big Freedia, Cupcakke and others.
To support the release of her new record, Charli will embark on a US tour, starting on September 20 in Atlanta and ending on October 22 in New York.
Charli’s second studio album Sucker came out in 2014 and featured such hits as “Boom Clap”, “Break The Rules” and “Doing It”.
Listen to “Miss U” here: