No Rome ‘Spinning’ with Charli XCX, The 1975


No Rome has teamed up with Charli XCX and The 1975 for the new song “Spinning,” which the Filipino pop artists produced with George Daniel and The 1975 frontman Matty Healy.

The track is a slice of pure, joyful, escapist pop that is testament to No Rome’s inimitable talent and endless musical ability.  It is accompanied by a 7″ pink vinyl pressing featuring a remix of the track by A.G. Cook.

Filipino pop artist No Rome collaborates with international music acts Charli XCX and The 1975 for the new single ‘Spinning.’

The single follows a series of releases that have seen the Filipino pop star collaborate with Beabadoobee, Jay Som, Bearface, and Dijon, seamlessly managing to incorporate each artist’s unique style with his own.  

To accompany “Spinning,” No Rome has also collaborated with Japanese artist Hideyuki Tanaka and designer Samuel Burgess – Johnson to create a visual world around the release, complete with animated characters for each artist and a psychedelic universe for them to inhabit.  

Additionally, No Rome, Charli XCX and The 1975 have teamed up with NFT platform Foundation to auction original artworks designed by Hideyuki Tanaka & Samuel Burgess-Johnson and raise money for three different charities of the artists choosing.

No Rome will donate a portion of profits to Right Start, Charli to Girls Make Beats, and Matty to One Tree Planted. The artworks are available to view now and bidding begins at 7:00 p.m. GMT / 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT on Friday via https://foundation.app/norome_charlixcx_the1975.

With the release of “Spinning,” the flood of support No Rome has seen over the last 12 months from BBC Radio 1, Apple Music 1, Vogue, The Face, High Snobiety, NME, The Guardian, DIY, Complex, Hypebeast, The Fader and Paper Mag to name a few, is only set to continue. With his highly anticipated debut album due for release later this year, 2021 is set to be No Rome’s best year yet.

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