Clairo shares cosy new single ‘Sexy to Someone’ and announces new album ‘Charm’

Clairo has shared her cosy new single ‘Sexy to Someone’ and has announced details of her forthcoming album ‘Charm’.

The singer-songwriter took to her official Instagram to share the news that her third album ‘Charm’ is set for release on July 12. You can pre-order / pre-save the LP here.

She has also released the lead single ‘Sexy to Someone’ as the album’s first taster – a cosy track with lyrics: “Sexy to somebody, it would help me out / Oh, I need a reason to get out of the house / And it’s just a little thing I can’t live without” describing wanting to be wanted by someone.


‘Charm’ was co-produced by Clairo and Leon Michels (of The Dap-Kings and El Michels Affair). According to a press release, the album has been described as a “collection of warm, 70’s-inspired grooves that move lithely between jazz, psychedelic folk and

The album was recorded at both Allaire Studios just outside of Woodstock, New York and  Diamond Mine Recording in Queens. It was recorded live to tape and features a variety of instruments ranging from horns to vintage synthesizers.

Clairo 'Charm' album artwork. Credit: PRESS
Clairo ‘Charm’ album artwork. Credit: PRESS


Clairo’s ‘Charm’ track list is:

1. ‘Nomad’
2. ‘Sexy to Someone’
3. ‘Second Nature’
4. ‘Slow Dance’
5. ‘Thank You’
6. ‘Terrapin’
7. ‘Juna’
8. ‘Add Up My Love’
9. ‘Echo’
10. ‘Glory of the Snow’
11. ‘Pier 4’

Clairo’s last LP was 2021’s ‘Sling‘. In a five-star review of the album, NME shared: “Both musically and lyrically, this is Clairo doing what she does best – crafting gorgeous jewels that help you make sense of your own world, one step at a time. ‘Sling’ might take inspiration from classic songwriters of yesteryear but, decades from now, it will be Cottrill whom our future artists hold up with similar reverence.”

Elsewhere, Clairo previously shared a demo recording titled ‘Lavender’ via Bandcamp, with all proceeds from its sales going towards Doctors Without Borders.


Earlier this year, the singer performed at the ‘Artist For Aid’ concert in New Jersey to help raise funds for the ongoing humanitarian crises in Gaza and Sudan.


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