Monday, April 12, 2021

You’ll be ‘Spinning’ from all the dancing once you’ve heard No Rome’s new track, featuring Charli XCX & The 1975

Unlike pop princess Charli XCX, this is the first track of the year for No Rome and The 1975, and what perfect timing! With everyone already starting to feel in uplifted spirits and excited for the year ahead, it is the perfect mood booster. 

This new track, ‘Spinning’ by No Rome was a joint collaboration with popstar Charli XCX and The 1975, however, this wasn’t the first time that 2 out of 3 of this iconic trio have collaborated on a creative level. The 1975 and No Rome are signed to the same label ‘Dirty Hit’, so perhaps that is why No Rome had featured in The 1975’s music video a few years back. The band then went on to return the favour a few years later by featuring on the single ‘Narcissist’.

‘Spinning’ has been years in the making; Matt Healy first teased that he had sent Charli a track back in 2019 and finally, the wait is over! With the upbeat track produced by No Rome, Matt and George Daniel, it looks like we have a great dance anthem to boogie out of lockdown to. Charli initially said they were ‘forming a supergroup’, and super it is. 

The beginning of the song sounds like a video game, with the fun, light beats introducing the rest of the tune. You should also check out the fitting visuals to the music video which includes a little cartoon versions of the group in a nod to Mario Kart. 

Most of the duration of the song is Charli’s vocals, with her familiar yet classic style, just like a robot popstar– in a good way! The whole tune is sexy, yet quirky and cheery all at the same time. 

The lyrics to the song are a modern take on love and clubbing, which is perfect for getting us back into the party and festival season. 

You can find this great new funky beat on Spotify. Also, be sure to check out their video over on YouTube! No Rome - Spinning ft Charli XCX & The 1975

-      Skye Miller


Image: Screenshot from music video

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