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Charli XCX's fourth studio album, how i’m feeling now, was written and recorded in self-isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic, making it a true DIY project. Critics were quick to hail the project as a futurist pop breakthrough, but for fans, she'd perfectly captured the present moment.

Charli made use of whatever tools she could find during the recording process, even inviting fans to participate in the making-of by selecting singles, contributing videos, and more. Executive produced by Charli, A. G. Cook, and BJ Burton, the album is a culmination of a six-week creative period of the likes the artist had never previously been a part of.

Dive into the 11 track album now below, and scroll down for the best Twitter reactions.

How we're actually feeling

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A voice of a generation

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We needed this

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