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Let’s work it out on the remix: The gays are calling for more pop truces inspired by Charli XCX & Lorde

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Brat has the gays in a chokehold and the artist continues to prove to these other pop girls how an album rollout is really done.First there was the album drop on June 7, which set the internet ablaze with emotive banger after emotive banger, followed up with the surprise release of Brat and it’s the same but there’s three more songs so it’s not, which—get this—featured three more bangers.

Then, as if that weren’t enough, this week Charli went ahead and released a remix of standout track “Girl, so confusing” with a killer featured guest spot.But let’s rewind for just a moment:Subscribe to our newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.When Brat was first released, fans were immediately intrigued by track 10, “Girl, so confusing,” a propulsive, confessional anthem that addressed the complications of female friendship within a music industry historically bent on pitting women against one another.That it did so in a highly specific way—citing awkward exchanges and plans canceled at the last minute—listeners couldn’t help but speculate that it was about one fellow pop girl in particular.

And thanks to some not-so-subtle lyrical clues (“They say we’ve got the same hair” chief among them) all signs pointed to Lorde.Since breaking out around the same time a decade ago, Charli’s career has frequently crossed paths with that of the New Zealand-born artist, so the narrative checked out.

But the sheer candor and self-reflective vulnerability of “Girl, so confusing” gave the song a buzzy allure, and Lorde’s praise of the album (she was also spotted attending the Brat tour date in NYC) only added fuel to the fire.“First I wanted to say on behalf of Alyssa and myself, thank you to the fans for picking sides.

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