During the beginning of May Twenty Twenty, The 28 years old singer Charli XCX dropped her highly-anticipated studio album how I’m feeling now. The do-it-yourself project was entirely made during the quarantine period and inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in the United Kingdom. Now, the Boiler Room has declared to host a Livestream event for Charli’s quarantine album.
The one-off live event will feature performances of songs from her “how I’m feeling now” album, a chat with Charli and a DJ set with some special guests. All proceeds from the ticket selling will go forwards the LA Alliance For Human Rights, which come up with the way to improve the trajectory of the homelessness crisis on skid row and raise fund fr legal fees and investigation into the matter.
The ‘how I’m feeling now’ album has been nominated for this year’s Mercury Prize, follow-up Charli XCX 2019 self-titled album. Ending of last month, Charli’s released to the internet about her new Bradley&Pablo directed documentary titled 6ft Apart that gives a closer look at her process creating the new album and life in quarantine.
Charli XCX’s how I’m feeling now event will be available on August 13 at 6 p.m. EDT for live-streaming on Bolier Room TV. Ticket cost for the show is USD 5 each.
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Angels! I’m doing a digital live show & live chat of how i'm feeling now on @boilerroomtv 💕 Access to the event will be thru a paid web portal to fundraise for LA Alliance for Human Rights. Tix are $5, all proceeds going to the organisation. Get urs here https://t.co/m12MEdUENc pic.twitter.com/4TdxZ14zY9
— Charli (@charli_xcx) August 5, 2020