She recently celebrated the completion of her lockdown album, How I’m Feeling Now. And Charli XCX shared an outtake from the racy album cover art and told fans the past week has been an ”emotional rollercoaster” in a post shared on Instagram on Saturday.
The Boom Clap hitmaker, 27, looked sensational as she went braless in a cropped white vest and matching underwear, which showed off her toned stomach. To accompany the sexy snap the singer, real name Charlotte Emma Aitchison, penned: #howimfeelingnow came out 1 week ago.
”Here’s an album cover outtake. It’s been an emotional rollercoaster since then but I think I’m leveling out now and beginning to feel a new kind of calm.”
”I’m thinking about making videos for certain songs… which songs do u wanna see visuals for ??? Listen to the album at the link in my bio if u haven’t already. it’s v good. photo by @huckkwong”
Last week, Charli celebrated the completion of her lockdown album, taking to social media to share a snap of herself in a yellow bikini.
A day earlier she also shared a behind-the-scenes glimpse of her new Claws music video, with new virtual backdrops that had been sent in by fans. Charli also compared the arrival of her DIY isolation album, ”how i’m feeling now”, to birthing a child when she posted the sexy snap.
The pop star said she was thrilled to have finished the record, during the pandemic in mere weeks. Alongside the snap of herself in a hot tub, Charli tweeted: ”just birthed an album. #howimfeelingnow,” along with a link for fans to listen to the record. Elsewhere, in a BTS glimpse of the video for her newest single Claws, the songstress was seen sporting an array of different looks.
For the video, she showed off her incredible figure in a tight nude bodysuit as she danced to her new single. The hitmaker then changed into a tight pink bikini top and matching combat trousers to dance in front of an array of different green screen backdrops. Charli also sported a tight green one-piece to dance in front of the screen for the video, after fans sent in their own versions of the video’s eclectic background.