Charli XCX is hosting a one-off digital performance of ‘how i’m feeling now’ to help the homeless

The live-streamed show will include a DJ set and a conversation with special guests


Words by: Billy Ward

Boiler Room is live-streaming a one-off performance featuring a selection of tracks from Charli XCX’s Mercury Prize-nominated album ‘how i’m feeling right now’.

The digital-only experience will combine a live performance, conversation and a DJ set with live-linked special guests.

Tickets for the show will cost $5, with all proceeds being donated to the LA Alliance for Human Rights, a US-based organisation tackling the homeless crisis in California.

Charli’s acclaimed album was written, recorded and released in 39 days during lockdown earlier in the year, exploring themes to do with the global pandemic and going lengths towards highlighting her strong DIY ethos.

Tickets to the digital event go on sale at 5pm on Wednesday, August 5 and can be found here.

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