January 28th, 2022

Out today on Hulu and on-demand, Charli XCX: Alone Together, is a new documentary film presented by Greenwich Entertainment and starring and executive produced by Charli XCX, exposing the international pop superstar’s inner self in ways that have never been seen before. 

When Los Angeles announced a five-week stay at home order in the early days of Covid-19, Charli told her ‘Angels’ online fan community that she would create a new album from scratch during that time. Directors Bradley & Pablo (Lil Nas X, Dua Lipa, Rosalia, Kanye West, Cardi B), were so inspired by her decision that they proposed Charli document the process for what would become their feature-length film debut. Over 39 days of shooting, Charli amassed some 5000+ clips which required over a year of editing.

From the outset, Charli connected with her Angels, creatively and emotionally. As she was making what would become her 2020 album how i’m feeling now, she collaborated with them on selecting lyrics, the album’s cover, scenes for her music videos and more. She also opened up to those fans – many of whom identify as LGBTQ+ and face stigma and feelings of alienation on an everyday basis – about her own struggles. In the process, she gained a new understanding of her emotional limits and mental health issues.

By the end of the film, what began with uncertainty blossoms into a statement of strength, hope and completion and a project that had started with one person’s idea had grown to touch the lives of thousands.

“The film solidified what we already knew about Charli: she is a true innovator,” say directors Bradley & Pablo. “She saw an opportunity to experiment and that drives her artistically. Her boldness to create during this time was incredibly inspiring.”

“We hope that audiences walk away seeing the value of human connection and the importance of community. We live in a highly individualized society but we have seen that as human beings we thrive when we work, talk, move, love and support collectively. For both Charli and the fans, we see the power of togetherness to heal and creatively push boundaries during an incredibly difficult time period.”

Charli XCX released “Beg For You” yesterday, a collaboration with Rina Sawayama.

Charli’s highly-anticipated forthcoming album, CRASH, will be released on March 18th and is the fifth and final album in her record deal. Charli kicks off her 21-date North American tour in Los Angeles on March 26th followed by her 17-date UK and European tour which starts in Dublin on May 13th. See full tour dates below.

North American live dates:

26th March – Fox Theatre – Oakland, CA

27th March – Fox Theatre – Oakland, CA

29th March – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR

1st April – The Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA

3rd April – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

6th April – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO

8th April – ACL Live at The Moody Theater – Austin, TX

9th April – House of Blues Houston – Houston, TX (on sale TBD)

10th April – House of Blues Dallas – Dallas, TX

12th April – Orpheum Theater – New Orleans, LA

13th April – The Eastern – Atlanta, GA

15th April – The Orange Peel – Asheville, NC

16th April – The NorVa – Norfolk, VA

18th April – The Fillmore Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA

20th April – House of Blues Boston – Boston, MA

22nd April – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY

23rd April – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY

25th April – Massey Hall – Toronto, ON

26th April – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Royal Oak, MI

28th April – Palace Theatre – Saint Paul, MN

29th April – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL

European live dates:

13th May – Olympia Theatre – Dublin, Ireland

15th May – O2 Academy – Glasgow, UK

17th May – Victoria Warehouse – Manchester, UK

18th May – O2 Academy – Birmingham, UK

19th May – Alexandra Palace – London, UK

21st May – UEA – Norwich, UK

22nd May – O2 Academy – Sheffield, UK

23rd May – Rock City – Nottingham, UK

25th May – Trianon – Paris, France*

27th May – La Madeleine – Brussels, Belgium*

28th May – TivoliVredenburg (Ronda Hall) – Utrecht, Netherlands

30th May – Astra – Berlin, Germany

31st May – Carlswerk Victoria – Cologne, Germany

2nd June – Primavera – Barcelona, Spain

4th June – Fabrique – Milan, Italy

7th June – La Riviera – Madrid, Spain

9th June – Primavera – Barcelona, Spain

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December 15th, 2021

Charli XCX

GREENWICH ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS CHARLI XCX: ALONE TOGETHER – AN INTIMATE PORTRAIT OF ISOLATION, CREATIVITY AND COMMUNITY – IN THEATERS AND ON-DEMAND ON JANUARY 28

FILM DOCUMENTS THE GLOBAL POP STAR’S CONNECTION WITH HER “ANGELS” AND  MAKING OF how i’m feeling now ALBUM DURING COVID-19 LOCKDOWN

Opening in select theaters and on-demand January 28th, Charli XCX: Alone Together, a new documentary film presented by Greenwich Entertainment and starring and executive produced by Charli XCX, exposes the international pop superstar’s inner self in ways that have never been seen before. 

When Los Angeles announced a five-week stay at home order in the early days of Covid-19, Charli announced to her ‘Angels’ online fan community that she would create a new album from scratch during that time. Directors Bradley & Pablo (Lil Nas X, Dua Lipa, Rosalia, Kanye West, Cardi B), were so inspired by the announcement that they proposed she document the process for what would become their feature-length film debut. Over 39 days of shooting, Charli amassed some 5000+ clips which required over a year of editing. The result is Alone Together – an intimate portrait of creativity and community which has already been hailed as “a love story between Charli and her fans” (Variety) and “an intimate examination of community in a time of isolation” (The Wrap).

From the outset, Charli opened up to her Angels, creatively and emotionally. As she was making what would become her 2020 album how i’m feeling now, she collaborated with them on selecting lyrics, the album’s cover, scenes for her music videos and more. She also opened up to those fans – many of whom identify as LGBTQ+ and face stigma and feelings of alienation on an everyday basis – about her own struggles. In the process, she gained a new understanding of her emotional limits and mental health issues.

By the end of the film, what starts out with uncertainty blossoms into a statement of strength, hope and completion and a project that had started with one person’s idea had grown to touch the lives of thousands.

“The film solidified what we already knew about Charli: she is a true innovator,” say directors Bradley & Pablo. “She saw an opportunity to experiment and that drives her artistically. Her boldness to create during this time was incredibly inspiring.”

“We hope that audiences walk away seeing the value of human connection and the importance of community. We live in a highly individualized society but we have seen that as human beings we thrive when we work, talk, move, love and support collectively. For both Charli and the fans, we see the power of togetherness to heal and creatively push boundaries during an incredibly difficult time period.”

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