Charli XCX Shares New Video for “Used to Know Me”: Watch
Charli XCX plays a cheerleader, Marie Antoinette, and more in her latest Crash visual
Charli XCX has shared the latest visual from her new album Crash. In the new music video for “Used to Know Me,” directed by Alex Lill, Charli XCX plays with a few different personas—including a cheerleader, a leather queen, and Marie Antoinette. Check it out below.
Charli XCX has shared a number of playful Crash visuals; she grinds on a coffin in the video for “Good Ones,” sings on a cloud in the clip for “Every Rule,” and busts out some synchronized dance moves for “Baby.” Last month, Charli XCX dropped the deluxe edition of Crash, which added four new songs to the original.
Revisit Pitchfork’s 2019 Cover Story “Charli XCX Is the Pop Star of the Future.” Plus, check out Pitchfork’s 2021 interview with Alex Lill.