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Charli XCX is always hard at work, but lately she's really been doing the most by pushing out a huge load of collaborations with some of the buzziest artists in the industry. Last week, Lil Xan unveiled the official music video for their spicy slow-burner "Moonlight" and now she's releasing a visual of her own for "5 In The Morning." She previously dropped the single about a month ago while also reassuring fans that she plans on releasing more music soon.

The Bradley & Pablo-directed video takes place in an industrial warehouse where the pop star of the hour soaks up all the darkness while switching out of some sleek black fits—the black trench coat in particular has quite the dramatic effect. In some ways, it's reminiscent of Troye Sivan's "My My My!" video, but maybe they both just happen to believe in the magic of dancing alone in warehouse spaces with superb neon lighting (because great minds think alike). Peep the whole show above.

In other news, Rome Fortune & Toro Y Moi reconnect on “Hoodrich Disco.” Get all the details here.

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