Charli XCX reveals that after over a decade on from playing warehouse parties and clubs she still has the party spirit.
Her 1920s Tudor-style home in the Hollywood Hills contains an asymmetrical assemblage of keyboards, novelty-sized objects, taxidermy, bunting and photographs.
The two-story living room at the heart of the timbered-framed house is designated “the party zone” where the “Boom Clap” singer welcomes a revolving door of party guests. It was at one of these own infamous gatherings where she met Australian musician Troye Sivan with whom she went on to release the nostalgia-driven track “1999” earlier this year.
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