Charli XCX Events as Marie Antoinette, Blasphemously Sexy Monk in ‘Light to Know’ Video

Charli XCX embraces transformation in the fresh tune video for her Rupture song, “Light to Know.”

“Light to Know,” with its sample of the Robin S. house traditional “Level to Me Be pleased,” is an anthem for put up ruin-up freedom, and the clip finds Charli fully embracing that liberation. The clip follows the pop singer and a pair of dancers as they make the song in an array of various settings with complementary costumes, treasure high faculty cheerleaders, Eighties fitness mavens, and blasphemously horny monks. The clip ends with a Marie Antoinette rave up, and while the costume disappears when Charli returns to her bed room, there’s serene a cheeky a part of cake waiting to be eaten. 

Charli XCX launched Rupture in March, marking her fifth studio album and first since her 2020 pandemic venture, How I’m Feeling Now. The singer now not too prolonged previously kicked off a prolonged North American tour, which proceed tonight, April 15, in Asheville, North Carolina and wraps April 29 in Chicago (a European trail will notice). 

In an interview with Rolling Stone sooner than the release of Rupture, Charli spoke regarding the album’s tale conception of the “spoiled pop wide name,” and how that’s linked to her experiences asa main ticket pop artist. 

“I’ve been signed to a serious ticket since I became 16,” she stated. “I maintain I’ve had rather an untypical main-ticket-artist scoot, so it’s inspiring to purpose internal that framework. I command this file and the imagery is in part a commentary on that. It’s also in part a commentary on what authenticity is. I maintain artists feel they settle on to essentially gift that they wrote their dangle songs, that they tell their dangle tune movies, that they are the brain in the befriend of the entirety. As I bought older, I began to care less and no more about that because I do know I’m succesful of write a elephantine pop tune and I do know I’m succesful of disclose my imaginative and prescient.”