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Wednesday, September 04, 2019

Charli XCX - "Gone (w. Christine And The Queens) (Vertical Video)" [Pop]

Gone (w. Christine And The Queens) (Vertical Video)

"Gone (w. Christine And The Queens) (Vertical Video)" music video by Charli XCX
Added: 04-09-2019
Genre : Pop
Description : Charli XCX & Christine and the Queens - Gone [Vertical Video]

GONE FT CHRISTINE AND THE QUEENS VERTICAL VIDEO 

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Director: Colin Solal Cardo
Producer: Amber Felix
Production Company: FRIEND

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"Gone" is a song by British singer Charli XCX and French singer Christine and the Queens. It was released on 17 July 2019 as the third single from Charli XCX's upcoming third studio album Charli.

The day of the song's release, Pitchfork named the song "Best New Track". Writing for the publication, Anna Gaca said: "The song bangs like it’s trying to get out of a big metal box, probably because that's how its creators are feeling: 'I feel so unstable, fucking hate these people/How they're making me feel lately,' sings Charli, with typical bluntness." She also notes that the track mixes the "bassy stutters and crackles of Charli’s post-PC Music projects with the kinetic, bilingual funk-pop of Christine and the Queens' 2018 album Chris." Julia Gray of Stereogum wrote that on "Gone", "Charli does what she does best, taking retro aesthetics — '80s drums, '90s synths — and blasting them into the future." She also considered the song "a step in the right direction" compared to previous singles "1999" and "Blame It on Your Love". The website then named "Gone" the best song of the week.

Speaking of the music video, Kirsten Spruch of Billboard said that it "emotes the intense feelings of empowerment, sensuality and hopelessness, all wrapped into an electrifying, four-minute long visual." She also felt that the video is "pretty much everything fans would want from the two artists".

Tags : 2019, 10s, Charli XCX

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