In her new video for “You’re the One,” Charli XCX seems to be making her case for being an official “Bad Influence On Your Tweens.” The clip, directed by Dawn Shadforth, shows Charli performing in an abandoned building with a group of serious young girls in the background. I don’t know about y’all, but I don’t think my mom would have gone for that.
Charli XCX told Interview Mag that this video was “the perfect representation of who I am as an artist,” and it’s a great visual representation of her music. It’s just dark enough for that “goth” label that seems to follow her, but bright enough to be pop.
Watch for: the Robyn-style moves (and shoes!) she’s rocking around 1:00 in.
[via Gorilla vs. Bear]
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